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Hyati Residence I and II complete in Dubai’s Jumeirah Village Circle

by James Morgan on Nov 1, 2017


Located in Dubais JVC area, Hyati Residence I and II comprise 20 G+2 four-bedroom townhouses.
Located in Dubais JVC area, Hyati Residence I and II comprise 20 G+2 four-bedroom townhouses.

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Aurora Real Estate Development has announced the completion of Hyati Residence I and II in Dubai.

Located in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC), the 24,600m2 project comprises 20 G+2 four-bedroom townhouses on two plots.

Each townhouse boasts a built-up area of 290m2, and features an open kitchen concept, a double-height ceiling in the living room, a family room, and an outdoor terrace with a light-fitted pergola.

Commenting on the project, Cian Farah, chief executive officer of Aurora Real Estate Development, said: “Hyati Residence is a milestone in the Aurora story, born out of a vision to create tailor-made solutions at a reasonable price while placing a strict emphasis on quality, transparency, and attention to detail.

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“We are extremely focussed on delivering developments to the market [that] offer something different in terms of design and quality of finishes. Special features in the Hyati Townhouses include a modern steel-and-wood staircase, a free-standing bathtub for the master bedroom, low-level LED lights in the bathrooms, and lap pools for the corner units.

“To date, we have sold 17 units, and we have received a fantastic response from buyers who have moved in,” Farah added.

Founded in 2005, Aurora Real Estate Development has delivered five projects, comprising a total area of 46,500m2, to date.

The UAE-headquartered company’s ongoing pipeline includes 65,000m2 of developments.



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