First Freehold Commercial Property Launched in Dubai

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Dubai’s first freehold commercial property was launched in Deira named as Royal Star First Freehold Commercial Property Launched in DubaiInternational and Centurion Residence Limited as an introduction to its joint venture “Centurion Star Tower.”
The freehold retail spaces have 12 level office building and offer the stunning views of the Dubai Creek Golf and Yatch Club. It lays throughout 2 twin mirror image structures with an overall built-up area of 492,000 square feet. The work space sizes range from 800 sq.ft. to 1,500 sq.ft and great for starting and mid-size businesses. Financially, the project was supported by Mashreq Bank.
Among other amenities that Centurion Star Tower has includes 22 shops, 168 offices, roof top pool with sun bath decks, 2 sauna, 4 gymnasiums, and two steam rooms, prayer spaces for men and women and more than three hundred parking bays for landowners and their guests.

The size of the workplace begins from 800 square feet to 2,000 square feet and it’s perfect for small to mid-scale business. In the crowded and busy area of Deira, the building’s private dropoff and valet area present huge convenience and speedy accessibility. More than 40 percent of the land plot has been dedicated to public landscaping, greenery and fountains adding to the beauty of the building and the entire neighborhoods.
Purposefully, the center of Deira located just close to the airport and not more than a minute far from the Deira City Centre metro station. Centurion Star Tower is strategically placed across from the Deira City Centre and in the center of Port Saeed area.
The work space enjoys ground to ceiling windows to make the most of natural sun rays which gives a nourishing office setting. Centurion Star Tower has been designed to give contemporary and functional features to the occupants, the twice as high lobbies form an impressive entry that matches a landmark building that’s positioned on its own city block.