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Dubai Properties delivers over 3,000 units in 2016

In 2017, DP will continue to serve the city’s social diversification needs as the master developer’s portfolio further expands

Mudon community in Dubailand.
Mudon community in Dubailand.

Master developer, Dubai Properties (DP), successfully handed over more than 3,000 units in 2016, said a statement from the company.

The developer’s projects in Culture Village and Dubailand comprised a majority of handovers, including 124 units at Dubai Wharf, three months ahead of schedule.

DP also handed over 2,900 units in Dubailand, that included 1,600 units in the built-to-suit staff accommodation - Rahaba Residence, more than 900 units in the affordable housing community - Remraam, and 360 units that completed Phase 2 of Mudon.

The statement added that 2016 witnessed DP continuing to pave the way in supporting Dubai’s path towards 2020 with a successful pipeline of timely handovers, coupled with a robust leasehold portfolio, supporting thriving occupancy rates across housing and retail.

In 2017, DP will continue to serve the city’s social diversification needs as the master developer’s portfolio further expands.

Investment in sustainable infrastructure, accessibility, community amenities and family-focused facilities will continue to be a key focus for DP’s master planned residential destinations across the emirate.

 

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