Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Al Fara'a kick-starts construction of Manhattan Apartments at Jumeirah

Al Fara'a Properties recently held the ground breaking ceremony to mark the commencement of construction works of their Dh.353mn Manhattan Luxury Apartments in Jumeirah Village.

The Manhatten ApartmentsThe groundbreaking ceremony was conducted just after the successful launch of Manhattan Luxury Apartments at the recent Cityscape Dubai 2007, when the project generated considerable buyer interest, with more than 72 percent of the project, being sold out.

The construction contract for the luxury apartments has been handed over to Al Fara'a General Contracting Company (AFGCO) and their team of qualified professionals. AFGCO has a successful history of more than 26 years in implementing projects around UAE, such as the Al Attar Tower, Rotana Hotel, and the Sheikh Mansoor bin Zayed Tower, among others.

Alongside the sidelines of groundbreaking ceremony, Al Fara'a Properties has registered for an Escrow Account with Emirates Islamic Bank, in compliance with regulations stipulated by Dubai Land Department.

The Manhattan Luxury Apartments draws inspiration from the 1930's urban residences of New York, comprising 355 elegant units with a classic selection of studio, single, double and triple bedroom apartments. These apartments, coupled with the stunning landscapes of Jumeirah Village, have been so designed to include well-planned master bedrooms, generous walk-in closets, beautifully appointed bathrooms, and spacious and comfortable interiors with distinctive accent lighting. The other amenities within the complex include state-of-the-art gymnasium, a swimming pool with sauna and steam facilities, and children play area.

The General Manager for AFGCO, Ahmad Maarouf said "Our vast experience in construction business has provided us with utmost confidence in handling a high-profile project like Manhattan Apartments. The strength of our expertise will ensure that we live up to our reputation of delivering quality work within prescribed time frame."

The company has committed that the works would be complete within 24 months, towards end of 2009.

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