By Staff writer
Arady Developments announces date for delivery of residential units in 48-storey tower in Dubai Int'l Financial Centre
Arady Developments, a joint venture between Dubai Properties Group and Deyaar Development, has announced the handover date for the residential units of the 48 storey tower at its Central Park mixed-use project in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
Customers were invited to book an appointment to complete the snagging of their units this week with the handover of penthouse apartments, two and three duplex apartments, studios, as well as one and two bedroom apartments will starting on March 31.
The handover was initially scheduled for the second half of 2014, the company said when the project was launched in September 2013.
Spread across nearly 575,000 sq feet, the Central Park residential tower comprises 426 apartments.
The residential tower also features a podium-level landscaped courtyard, swimming pools, as well as shopping and dining outlets.
Arif Mubarak, CEO, Arady Developments, said: "We are delighted to handover their homes to our customers at Central Park as we believe that this project offers a unique experience to its residents, from its iconic and contemporary architecture to the luxurious finishes inside the apartments as well as the standard of services on offer.
"The project seeks to meet the demands of buyers who would like to establish a foothold near DIFC, Dubai's business and financial hub. Also, the project provides a valuable investment opportunity for companies and individuals in high-end properties. Central Park is one of the prominent projects to handover its residential units in this area."
Sales of the last Central Park residential units were launched a year ago with the developer saying at the time that it is confident of "high investor interest from across the region".For all the latest real estate news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.