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Final units to be released in DIFC's Central Park

Developer Arady Developments says sales for remaining residential units will open on March 23

Final units to be released in DIFC's Central Park

Arady Developments, a joint venture between Deyaar Development and Dubai Properties Group, is set to release the final tranche of high-end residential units in its Central Park project at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).

Sales of the remaining Central Park residential units will open on March 23, and run until the end of the month, the company said.

The developer said it is confident of "high investor interest from across the region", adding that the on-site sales venue will offer potential buyers a chance to view mock-up apartments.

The handover of the residential tower is scheduled for the second half of 2014, the company said when the project was launched in September.

Arif Mubarak, CEO, Arady Developments, said: "The Central Park residential tower is fast moving towards completion, and we now have a product that investors can see and experience.

"We believe the project supersedes the available residential options in the area, with the quality and value it holds as a centrally-located home, or an investment prospect"

Spread across nearly 575,000 sq feet, the Central Park residential tower comprises 426 apartments, including a range of studios, one-bedroom, two bedroom apartments.

The residential tower also features a podium-level landscaped courtyard, swimming pools, as well as shopping and dining outlets.

Following the partnership agreement between Deyaar and DPG, Deyaar will oversee the sales and marketing of the project.

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desert dream 5 years ago

This is going to be the best residential building in that part of town - far better than any building in Downtown. This can be stated after seeing the mock up.