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Phase 1 of Sobha Hartland 90% sold out

Phase 1 of Sobha Hartland is now 90% sold out and on track for completion by December 2017

Terrace and sky garden view.
Terrace and sky garden view.

Phase 1 of Sobha Hartland is now 90% sold out and on track for completion by December 2017, Sobha Group announced on Sunday.

Buildings 1 and 4 of Hartland Greens, as part of Phase 1, have been completed with Phases 2 and 3 set for completion in December 2018 and October 2019 respectively.

The $4bn Sobha Hartland project, spread across 743,224m2, comprises freehold studios, one-, two-, and, three bedroom apartments, duplexes, townhouses and four-, five-, and six bedroom villas. The development is also surrounded by 30% landscaping and greenery.

Completion of the two, eight-storey apartment buildings will also be completed as part of Phase 1 by year-end.

PNC Menon, founder and chairman, Sobha Group, said: “To meet with buyers demands for large, spacious and luxurious homes, we are delighted to announce the completion date of Hartland Greens 1 & 4.

“This offering of large apartments in a luxurious location coupled with an easy payment plan is unmatched in Dubai.”

Sobha Group has developed the project using a “backward integration model” whereby all building resources were provided in-house from conception to completion.

Amenities at Sobha Hartland include international schools, nurseries, healthcare facilities, swimming pools, tennis courts, yoga centres, gyms, playgrounds, and parks, located near the Dubai Water Canal.



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