A growing community that will provide you and family with all your needs
23 July 2019| Last updated on 6 January 2020
Jumeirah Village Triangle is a residential complex that has over 6,000 villas, townhouses, and apartments. Known to have a family-friendly and safe environment, it’s a quiet place that’s not too far from the city.
Filled with an abundance of green spaces and parks, it's the perfect place for couples or families with kids and pets. Schools and shops in the community give it added convenience for parents and couples living in the area meaning you never have to go too far to get your daily needs.
Ahead, we've compiled a handy guide to Jumeirah Village Triangle covering its lifestyle, what amenities and facilities are nearby, the average cost of rent or property sale in the area, and more.
Public transport in Jumeirah Village Triangle
- RTA bus stations, bus F31
- RTA taxis can be found making rounds throughout the neighbourhood
There is a lack of public transportation in JVT, so if that's something you majorly rely on, it probably isn’t the right fit for you. Car-hailing services such as RTA taxis, Careem, and Uber are popular choices among the JVT residents who don't drive or possess a vehicle.
Commute times by car from Jumeirah Village Triangle
- to Dubai International Airport: 30 minutes
- to Jebel Ali: 18 minutes
- to Arabian Ranches: 15 minutes
- to Downtown Dubai: 26 minutes
- to Palm Jumeirah: 22 minutes
Amenities and facilities in Jumeirah Village Triangle
For residents who are living in or are new in Jumeirah Village Triangle, the following public amenities and facilities are available in the neighborhood:
- Schools nurseries and daycares
- F Mart Supermarket, Safestway Supermarket, and Triangle Supermarket
- Community park
- Fitness and gym facilities
- Salons and spas
Within the community, families live in close proximity to few, but premium schools including Sunmarke School and Arcadia Preparatory School which follow the British curriculum. Jumeirah International Nursery is also located in JVT, making morning school runs easier for mums, dad, and nannies. For more schools, have a look at our guide to nurseries and high schools in Dubai.
For food shopping, residents can go to F Mart Supermarket, Safestway Supermarket, and Triangle Supermarket which are smaller grocery shops around the community. Forni Pizza & Manakeesh, Safestway Cafe and Alpastor Cafeteria are all cafes and restaurants that can be found within JVT. Soon, a community mall will be opened, Al Khail Avenue, and it will be home to retail and dining units as well as a cinema. Until its opening, City Center Me’aisem is the closest mall to the community.
The nearest hospitals, clinics, and other health centres can be found in the neighbouring communities of Dubai Production City, Dubai Sports City, and Motor City. Our guide to hospitals and clinics in Dubai will show the nearest one to you.
If what you're looking for isn't in JVT, a short drive to the neighboring community, Jumeirah Village Circle, will probably meet your search. In addition, Jumeirah Village Triangle's strategic locations allow easy access to main roads such as Al Khail, Emirates or Sheikh Zayed road - you can easily get to where you need to be with little hassle involved.
What’s life like in Jumeirah Village Triangle
- Quiet community
- Grocery stores in walking distance
- Close to the city
- Little public transport
Jumeriah Village Triangle is a pet-friendly (this can vary when it comes to apartments) community mainly occupied by couples and families, so expect to see kids, pets and couples out and about enjoying their day and the facilities JVT has to offer. JVT has a strong community feeling and lots of friendly residents.
Jumeirah Village Triangle by day
By day Jumeirah Village Triangle has a quiet and serene environment while its parents are off to work, the children are at school, and other household members going about their day or running errands. You’ll find people making use of the fitness facilities or community pool. The community also offers various spots where people can go for a walk, enjoy some outdoor activities with families and pets, jog, and cycle.
Jumeirah Village Triangle by night
By night Jumeirah Village Triangle livens up a bit as people are coming back from work or school and going about the community. Residents will be going to the shops, parks, having a late-night jog, or taking their furry friends for walks.
Who lives in Jumeirah Village Triangle?
- Emirati and expat families
- Pet owners
Families and couples are typical residents of Jumeirah Village Triangle. However with the wide range of living spaces JVT has to offer, it can accommodate a variety of people, and in most places pets as well. Its exclusivity as a gated community offers residents a safe, tranquil, and suburban lifestyle, making it an attractive area for many families and couples planning to expand the family.
Properties for rent and sale in Jumeirah Village Triangle
Average rental prices in Jumeirah Village Triangle are as follows:
- Studio apartment: AED 35,000
- 1 bedroom apartment: AED 50,000
- 2 bedroom apartment: AED 75,000
- 3 bedroom apartment: AED 94,000
- 1 bedroom villa: AED 80,000
- 2 bedroom villa: AED 120,000
- 3 bedroom villa: AED 130,000
- 4 bedroom villa: AED 170,000
- 5 bedroom villa: AED 180,000
Average sales prices for properties in Jumeirah Village Triangle are as follows:
- Studio apartment: AED 400,000
- 1 bedroom apartment: AED 600,000
- 2 bedroom apartment: AED 900,000
- 3 bedroom apartment: AED 1,500,000
- 2 bedroom villa: AED 2,000,000
- 3 bedroom villa: AED 2,200,000
- 4 bedroom villa: AED 3,000,000
- 5 bedroom villa: AED 3,300,000
What are properties like in Jumeirah Village Triangle?
Properties vary all over JVT. The villas and townhouses stick to a Mediterranean and Arabian style on the outside and typically, the larger the villa or townhouse, the larger the garden. Whether or not they have a pool depends on each individual villa. Apartment size, quality, view, noise level, and amenities depends on the building.
What are noise levels like in Jumeirah Village Triangle?
If you live in the villas it’s typically quiet. You may occasionally hear the sound of cars and the roar of a super engine from the roads, neighbours celebrating and partying, the noise of gardening tools, and children laughing and playing outside. However, the build of the villas and the generous spacing in between lots ensures that loud noises rarely reach through the walls.
Apartments are the same - you can face noise from the main roads, and its wall-to-wall proximity with neighbours makes celebratory noises unavoidable at times, as with any apartment complex. Since the community is up and coming, there's sometimes noise from construction sites.