Dubai-based Binghatti Developers has successfully completed construction on its $32.67m (AED120m) project Binghatti East and Binghatti West, which are now ready for handover.
Located at the heart of the Dubai Land Residence Complex Community, Binghatti East and Binghatti West are on the intersection of Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road (E311) and Dubai-Al Ain Road (E66). The properties are visible from both roads, located on a plot with unobstructed views of the community.
Binghatti East is spread over a construction area of 14,278m2, featuring 60 residential units, including 40 one-bedroom and 20 two-bedroom apartments.
Binghatti West is spread over a construction area of 11,450m2, featuring 47 residentials units, including 35 one-bedroom and 12 two-bedroom apartments.
Binghatti East and Binghatti West feature a plethora of lifestyle amenities, including a heat monitored swimming pool, a health club, a children’s play area, and a public terrace for residents to enjoy.
The community is quickly developing to accommodate thousands of residents and businesses seeking a great location in the heart of Dubai. Liwan is adjacent to both Dubai Silicon Oasis – the UAE’s fist Smart City, and Dubai International Academic City – home to more than 30 international universities.
Commenting on the completion of both Binghatti East and Binghatti West, the chief executive officer and head of architecture at Binghatti Developers, Muhammad BinGhatti, commented: “We are very pleased to announce we have successfully completed both residential units ready for handover.
“Despite the many challenges faced over the past few months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our dedicated teams have ensured no hindrances have affected the projects to be completed for handover.”
He added: “We have reached a business model that suits all customer segments, including real estate investors, as our speed of projects’ delivery allows investors to realise investment returns in record time through leasing or reselling”.
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