Emaar Morocco starts handover of villas
Dubai , April 26, 2012
Emaar Morocco, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Emaar Properties, has commenced the hand-over of Hattan Villas in its flagship master-planned community Amelkis Resorts, in Marrakech.
Located in the heart of the Marrakech Palm Grove, Amelkis Resorts is spread over a total area of over 3 million sq m, and features a 36-hole golf course, one of the most challenging in the country, designed by Cabell B. Robinson.
Offering residents the choice of tranquil living within a green golf environment, the Hattan community has only 55 villas designed by renowned architects, several of which are now being handed over, said a statement.
Emaar Morocco is opening a ‘Street of Dreams’ on April 28 at Amelkis Resorts that will highlight the world class lifestyle that awaits potential customers in the Hattan Villas Community. Interested customers can contact the Emaar Sales Centre in Rabat or Marrakech to visit the ‘Street of Dreams’, the company said.
Yves Delmar, CEO of Emaar Morocco, said: “Commencing the handover of the Hattan Villas, an exclusive world-class community, is indeed a milestone for Emaar Morocco, as it underlines our commitment to delivery and to contribute to the development of significant projects in the Kingdom.”
Emaar Morocco draws its design and construction competencies from Emaar Properties, which has several iconic developments in its portfolio including Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building in Dubai, and The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, the company added. – TradeArabia News Service
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