COVID-19: Danube Properties to continue offsite operations
Atif Rahman, director and partner, Danube Properties shared the company's plans to "continue to march forward on all sites"
Dubai-based real estate developer Danube Properties has issued a "positive" note to its investors, stating that it will "continue to march forward on all its sites," despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak.
The note was issued by director and partner of the company, Atif Rahman, who said: "For everyone’s safety, Danube Properties will continue to operate offsite until further notice."
The developer recently launched its $108.9m (AED400m) 18,016m2 Olivz project, stating a delivery scheduled for April 2022.
The project will comprise 741 residential units and 2,229.6m2 retail facility.
In terms of connectivity, the project, which will be developed in Al Warsan First area close to the International City and Dragon Mart, will offer easy access to Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.
Previously, in an exclusive interview with Construction Week, founder and chairman of Danube Properties, Rizwan Sajan spoke about the company's commitment to achieve deliveries as per schedule despite the fear and challenges surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak.
"As long as the supply chain is continuous, there is no cause of concern for us. Our suppliers are ready to support us and are willing to go all out to produce more material to ensure there is no shortage," Sajan previously told Construction Week.