Thursday, November 22, 2012

Emaar unveils new Moroccan-style villas


Leading developer, Emaar Properties has announced further expansion of its established master-planned community, Arabian Ranches, following the launch of Casa, a stunning Moroccan-style villa community, offering an exclusive lifestyle within an integrated neighbourhood.

Casa will include six types of Moroccan style triple and four bedroom villas, an extension of Arabian Ranches gated community. The expansion of Arabian Ranches and the launch of Casa, is sufficient proof to the positive growth of Dubai real estate sector, emphasized Emaar, which saw excellent customer response to its three real estate launches this year.

Emaar said that it emphasizes the strong market demand for homes in well-established prime communities in Dubai.  

The Managing Director of Emaar, Ahmad Al Matrooshi, said that the enhancement of Arabian Ranches reflects the growth strategy of the company to develop residential projects that add value to stakeholders, and lend further impetus to realty sector in Dubai.

The villas will be developed to meet the best world-class standards that define Emaar’s master planned communities, he added.

Some key highlights of the new development are the advanced health club, modern recreation centre with a range of leisure amenities, and an unprecedented choice of F&B outlets that appeal to all tastes.

The Arabian Ranches master plan also includes a large landscaped park, children recreation areas and play areas all envisaged in extended Arabian Ranches master plan. Further, plans are on to include a new retail and community village Centre that include health and fitness club, schools, Mosque, day care centre, grocery store and range of dining options.  

The sale of Arabian Ranches Casa villas will be held on launch of 24th November, the official said.

Early this week, Arabtec announced that it has been appointed by Emaar to design and construct 33 villas and 62 townhouses at its Arabian Ranches development. The project, worth Dh.107mn, will take more than 18 months to complete.

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