RAK Properties unveils waterfront projects
Dubai, October 8, 2013
RAK Properties has launched two new flagship projects - ‘Flamingo Villas’ and ‘Lagoon Heights - on the opening day of Cityscape Global 2013 real estate expo on Tuesday.
The Dh400 million ($109 million) projects offer 104 waterfront villas and two 20-storey building overlooking the Arabian Gulf and the Mina Al Arab Lagoon in Ras Al Khaimah.
The new development of ‘Flamingo Villas’ which enjoys a sea view will come with all amenities, including separate swimming pools for adults and kids, children’s play area with different play equipment, a multipurpose court and green turf areas.
Mohamed Sultan Al Qadi, the managing director and CEO said: “We are very excited about launching this magnificent projects at Cityscape Global 2013. This will boost further our frontline position in real estate development not only in Northern Emirates but also in the Gulf. The projects will follow the same high quality standards seen in our earlier projects.”
“In addition to maintaining the existing standards of Mina Al Arab, the new projects will feature value additions, wider areas and great views,” Al Qadi added.
The second project ‘Lagoon Heights’ is a two 20-storey mixed use buildings available for freehold, reflecting outstanding design elements and natural ambience of Mina Al Arab.
“The units in ‘Lagoon Heights’ include one, two, and three bedroom apartments as well as studios and garden apartments. Residents of each unit will be able to enjoy unobstructed water views, irrespective of the direction of the unit,” Al Qadi stated.
The new projects offerings will be in line with the high standards of living in Mina Al Arab. He said this project was a clear reflection of RAK Properties’ motto 'Living Closer to Nature,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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