Azizi Developments to launch new housing project in Al Furjan

Dubai property developer Azizi  Developments keep on building up Al Furjan district in Dubai.

A new project called ‘Daisy and Freesia’ will soon join the "floral" projects line by Azizi Developments in Dubai's Al Furjan, Zawya revealed.

The developer is positioning its new project as a "high class residential complex, fully complying with European standards of architecture and the traditional high standard of living in Dubai."

Daisy and Freesia, the G+11 complex, which the developer is going to present in the near future, is a combination of two buildings including one, two and three bedroom apartments. The usual facilities within the complex are presented by a swimming pool, a gym, green recreation area and ample parking.

The completion of the two towers is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016. And in the first quarter of 2016 Azizi Developments also promises to put into operation five other similar residential developments in Al Furjan also featuring floral motifs in their naming — Azizi Feiruz, Azizi Yasmine, Azizi Liatris, Azizi Orchide and Azizi Iris. In addition to the residential property in Al Furjan Azizi Developments also implements a variety of real estate projects in Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Health Care City, and plans to start construction of hotel units in order to satisfy an expected increase in demand for hospitality property before Expo 2020.

As for Al Furjan district development, we can say that the interest to it among Dubai real estate developers is gradually increasing: in addition to recent announcements by Azizi Developments, Dubai master developer Nakheel, too, is taking next steps forward the further development of the district and has recently awarded a contract worth almost US $ 16,8 million for the construction of roads and communications here.

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