Azizi reveals 80 Million Dollar Montrell flats

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Azizi reveals 80 Million Dollar Montrell flats

Azizi reveals 80 Million Dollar Montrell flats

In an announcement, Azizi Developments, a leading real estate developer based in United Arab Emirates with an international reach into many growing global markets, unveils the pre-launch of its 222 unit Montrell Serviced Apartments venture, worth 80 million dollar.

Once finish, the G+P2+7 equipped apartment building will present a total of 168 completely furnished lavish studios and 54 one bedroom units.

Farhad Azizi, Chief Executive Officer of Azizi Developments, said that the Montrell Serviced Apartments venture speaks to another important milestone in Azizi Development’s journey. We trust that each task is a representation of the organization and, in this manner, the excellence and quality we advocate is driven by the rule that each and every unit we bring must be made as though each were our own home.

“The Montrell Serviced Apartments would be accessible to own or rent well in time before Expo 2020 thus making them as one of the alluring venture recommendation for the near future.

Well situated in Al Furjan, Montrell Serviced Apartments will be connected directly with the Expo 2020 pavilion and close to Dubai World Central International Airport.

The encompassing area will likewise offer points of interest as one of Dubai’s freshest coordinated business centers, serving the southern regions of the city.

Notwithstanding the area and nature of the improvement, the services in which residents can enjoy includes daily reception and attendant service; 24 hour valet parking; landscaped gardens; restaurants and cafes; a gym center; laundry, spa, an outside swimming pool; a play area for kids; mosque / prayer room; and various retail outlets.

Azizi Development also owns an ongoing project in Palm Jumeirah, Royal Bay Residence. The company, which is owned by the chairman Mirwais Azizi, owner of two large commercial banks, said it saw around $217 million worth of sales in 2015 for its projects in Dubai.

Mohamed Dekkak

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