Azizi Developments commences construction of Azizi Victoria

Posted on 23rd November 2017

Azizi Developments commences construction of Azizi Victoria
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According to *Constructionweekonline news report, Azizi Developments has commenced construction of Azizi Victoria in Dubai’s  Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City – District Seven.

Spread over a construction area of  around three million square metres, Azizi Victoria comprises 105 mid and high-rise residential buildings of 30,000 units of studio, one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom apartments, a retail district and two hotels.

The buildings will be mixed-use constructions of G+8 G+15, and G+30 floors housing apartments, retail establishments, restaurants and hotels.

Meydan Group chairman and CEO Saeed Humaid Al Tayer said: “The success of Azizi Riviera has reinforced the need for urban community living spaces in Dubai. The Azizi Victoria is the latest offering resulting from the strategic partnership of Meydan Group and Azizi Developments to cater to this demand. We are confident of a positive response to Azizi Victoria, reflecting the strength and dynamism of the Dubai property market”.

Azizi Developments chairman Mirwais Azizi said:“Azizi Victoria will further our vision of creating urban living spaces which will revolutionise the meaning of community living in Dubai.”

The development will include facilities such as educational institutions, high-street retail establishments, hospitality, and outdoor recreation spaces.

Construction of the project is expected to be completed in four phases with Phase 1 scheduled for May 2019 and Phase 2 in July 2019.

The project is twice the size of the Azizi Riviera canal-development in Meydan One. Azizi Victoria will have a distinctly British feel, with themes and elements influenced by contemporary British culture and way of living.

*News source: http://www.constructionweekonl...

Related project: Azizi Victoria in MBR City, Dubai


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