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Enabling works complete on Phase 1 of Dubai’s $817m Mirdif Hills

Enabling works for Phase 1 of Dubai’s $817m Mirdif Hills project are now complete, according to Dubai Investments Real Estate Company

Enabling works for Phase 1 of Dubai’s $817m Mirdif Hills community are now complete [image: <i>WAM</i>.
Enabling works for Phase 1 of Dubai’s $817m Mirdif Hills community are now complete [image: <i>WAM</i>.

Enabling works for Phase 1 of the $817m (AED3bn) Mirdif Hills community in Dubai are now complete, according to developer, Dubai Investments Real Estate Company (DIRC).

All excavation and shoring activities for the project’s initial phase have now been conducted.

Mirdif Hills’ Phase 1 will involve the development of 1,054 apartments in three neighbourhoods: Janayen Avenue, Nasayem Avenue, and Al Multaqa Avenue.

DIRC, a subsidiary of Dubai Investments, noted that, as of May 2017, foundation works for Janayen and Nasayem Avenues were almost 75% complete.

Commenting on progress at the site, Obaid Mohammed Al Salami, general manager of DIRC, said: “Mirdif Hills is a unique mixed-use development, and Dubai Investments Real Estate Company is confident that it will be able to fulfil its commitment to deliver the project on time, while meeting the highest quality standards.

“Once complete, the project will offer residents, as well as visitors, a distinctive mix of retail attractions and luxurious living experiences.”

The entire mixed-use community, which is being developed in Dubai’s Mirdif area, is scheduled to complete by the end of 2018, according to UAE state news agency, WAM.

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