Thursday, February 19, 2009

Manhattan Luxury Apartments at Jumeirah Village on track

The Manhatten ApartmentsAl Fara'a Properties yesterday confirmed that the company is making steady progress towards timely completion of its Manhattan Luxury Apartments project, despite the current market dynamics.

The company revealed that it has successfully poured 7500 cubic metres of concrete for 50 hours, covering 46,500 square feet for the basement level of Manhattan Development in Jumeirah Village.

The 12-metre cavity, with high density supports and piling, will house the basements and foundation of a signature collection of the New York-inspired apartments, comprising studios, single, double and triple bedroom units.

Manhattan Luxury Apartments offers high-quality apartments with signature amenities designed to offer a healthy lifestyle to its residents. The amenities include world-class gymnasium, swimming pools, sauna and steam facilities, and well-equipped children play area.

Majority of projects that are currently in progress in Jumeirah Village are that of Al Fara'a Properties. The Le Grand Chateau which won the CNBC Arabia's best development award is also one among the projects nearing completion by Al Fara'a.

The Director of Al Fara'a Properties, Natasha Gangaramani, when speaking about the scheduled delivery of the apartments, mentioned that the company has deployed 1200 strong workforce, which constitute a team of experts who would lead the project into successful completion.

With a planned property portfolio worth Dh.10bn, Al Fara'a Properties has launched successfully several residential, mixed-use and commercial developments spreading across Jumeirah Village, Downtown Jebel Ali and Dubai Maritime City.


niti said...

they have delayed the project by 2 years and are not compensating investors. progress is very slow. very bad experience.

niti said...

al faraa should be taken to task. they have delayed projects for 2 years and are not compensating for govt should check at the time of handover and save investors