Sunday, April 06, 2008

Iris launches its fourth project IRIS Asmar

IRIS Asmar Dubai
IRIS, the Dubai-based Indian property developer plans to boost its portfolio to Dh.5bn this year, through the launch of its latest project, 'IRIS Asmar', worth Dh.100million.

IRIS Asmar is a seven storey residential building in Cultural Village, which comprises eight triple-bedrooms and seven four bedroom apartments. This is the fourth project of the company in Dubai, which raises the current portfolio of the company to Dh.2.5bn.

'IRIS Asmar' is designed on the concept of Islamic Architecture, which will reflect the essence of Culture Village in terms of diversity and design, paying attention to detail. The tower symbolizes modern living, offering a panoramic view of Dubai. The special combination of privacy and space, coupled with exclusive finishes and unique synthesis of design and technology ensures that every apartment symbolizes perfection and a five-star lifestyle.

Located ideally in the heart of Culture Village, in close proximity to the Waterfront Canal, in close proximity to Dubai International Airport, Sheikh Zayed Road and Business Bay and Emirates Roads, the residents of IRIS Asmar get to enjoy paramount views of the waterfront development.

Among several other amenities at the complex, are high-speed internet facilities, ground floor retail space, advanced safety systems, high-speed elevators, 24-hour concierge, and access to Satellite Television, state-of-the-art fitness club, closed-circuit television, sauna, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, landscaped podium, and private parking spaces.
Each apartment within the property development feature private decorative latticed balconies, Arabian style gardens, rooftop swimming pools, and traditional Arabesque details with parapets and domes. The starting prices of apartments in Iris Asmar is Dh.2,835 per square foot, which is likely to go up to Dh.2,888 per square foot.

The Director, Iris Properties, Ashwin Sheth, says "With the fast-paced growth of the property market, the major concern is to find good contractors and consultants. Completion of project on time, is more challenging than selling the apartments."

He also revealed that two more projects are in pipeline, waiting to be launched this year. One is the launch of the development in Business Bay and Maritime City in April, which will increase the company's Dubai portfolio to Dh.5bn, spread across six projects, on four million square feet of land, including parking areas.

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