Deyaar Development nears completion of two community projects in Dubai
Posted on 22nd July 2019
According to *Tradearabia news report, UAE-based Deyaar Development said work is nearing completion on two of its prime family-friendly community projects - Afnan and Dania - within its Midtown community development in Dubai and is set for delivery later this year.
A family-friendly Midtown community has a construction area of more than 5 million sq ft and is located in Dubai Production City. It comprises 26 buildings across six districts, including the Afnan and Dania Districts.
The seven-building unit Afnan, which boasts 659 apartments, is now over 96 per cent complete, while the six-unit Dania featuring 579 apartments, has hit 87 per cent completion. Both will be ready to be handed over later this year.
CEO Saeed Al Qatami said: "We have always been committed to providing high quality alongside competitive price points. As always, Deyaar is committed to delivering quality projects that meet our exacting standards, in terms of build, location, and return on investment. We are pleased with this continued progress."
In addition to providing easy access to local amenities, Midtown has excellent transport links to Dubai International Airport, and Al Maktoum International Airport, as well as the Dubai Expo 2020 site, he stated.
Bella Rose, Deyaar’s 18-story residential building, includes 478 units featuring studios, one and two bedroom apartments located in Dubai Science Park. The residential buildings are currently at 28 per cent completion.
This Al Barsha South residence combines elegant living spaces with an ideal location. GEMS World Academy, JSS International School, Mediclinic Parkview Hospital and Neuro Spinal Hospital are all nearby, said the developer.
Listed on the Dubai Financial Market, Deyaar is one of Dubai’s leading developers, with real estate ventures spanning key growth corridors and prime locations within the emirate, it added.
*News source: http://tradearabia.com/news/CONS_356832.htmlBack to all Construction News
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