DAMAC unveils ‘VOLTA’, a fitness-inspired luxury residential development
Dubai-based real estate developer DAMAC Properties has unveiled VOLTA, its upcoming new fitness-inspired luxury residential development on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai.
The unique concept coming soon to Dubai will integrate health and wellness into the design and its amenities to promote an active lifestyle for all its residents – owing to demand and trends from clients looking to increasingly weave wellness into daily lifestyles.
VOLTA will feature a host of amenities, including a multi-layered swimming pool deck with a unique seating and lounging experience.
The luxury property will also feature a jogging track, a VOLTA infinity sky pool, a sky yoga studio, boxing facilities, outdoor callisthenics, sculpting machines, mirror trainers, integrated gym walls and emergency rooms for the safety of residents.
Furthermore, the tower will feature specialised diet consultants for nutrition advice, an aqua gym, ice therapy, acupuncture, and physiotherapy to heal, aqua massages, and beauty treatments to relax.
“The MENA region currently has a wellness real estate sector valued at $5.5bn,” said Mohammed Tahaineh, general manager of Projects at DAMAC Properties.
“Dubai has emerged as a destination for health and wellness-focused new home buyers, according to the Global New Homes team at Chesterton’s who recorded a large volume of property transactions in 2022 for amenity-rich, wellness-focused communities.”
DAMAC’s wellness offerings
VOLTA’s exterior is sleek and modern, and the interior is designed as a vibrant, dynamic, and carefully thought-out space that radiates energy and positivity.
The lobby and facility areas offer bold, neon pink colours that invigorate and energise the mind. Inspiring sculptures and art installations further motivate residents and visitors, adding to the overall aesthetic of movement. The amenities will also include climbing walls.
The three keywords that characterise the luxury residential tower are movement, change and wellness. “The building’s design and architecture incorporate elements that promote overall well-being, and health-focused amenities allow for physical and mental wellness,” DAMAC said in a statement.
The Global Wellness Institute projected that wellness tourism in the MENA region has witnessed remarkable growth, with an annual rate of 13.3 per cent, more than double the global average of 6.5 per cent.
Similarly, the prevalence of chronic diseases such as diabetes and obesity in the UAE and across the GCC is also encouraging the population to adopt healthier and more active lifestyles.
Earlier in July, DAMAC launched Golf Greens, a premium residential project nestled within the DAMAC Hills. The residential development will feature luxury apartments and townhouses providing owners and tenants with a lifestyle that combines access to nature along with an unparalleled golfing experience.
Dubai launched the 2040 Urban Master Plan concentrating on sustainable urban development with a strong focus on health, happiness, well-being, and quality of life.
VOLTA will be located on Sheikh Zayed Road, and residents and visitors can enjoy the expansive sky and sea views as well as uninterrupted views of the Burj Khalifa.