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Sobha launches Building 5 of Hartland Aflux in Dubai

Hartland Aflux’s Building 5 is being developed as part of Phase 3 of Dubai’s Sobha Hartland Greens development, and is expected to complete in Q4 2019

Hartland Afluxs Building 5 will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.
Hartland Afluxs Building 5 will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.

Sobha Group has launched Building 5 of its Hartland Aflux neighbourhood in Dubai.

The 12-storey property is being developed as part of Phase 3 of the UAE-headquartered real estate developer’s Sobha Hartland Greens Development.

Hartland Aflux’s L-shaped Building 5, which will feature two podium levels and one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, and is scheduled to complete in October 2019.

Apartment sizes will range from 75.4m2 (812ft2) to 207.4m2 (2,232ft2), and the building’s units will boast views of Dubai Water Canal.

READ: Phase 1 of Sobha Hartland 90% sold out

PNC Menon, founder and chairman of Sobha Group, commented: “This project caters to the affordable luxury segment, and offers the perfect home for modern families, nuclear families, or first-time buyers without compromising on the renowned Sobha quality.

“The product has been developed with both investor and end-user categories in mind. Also, it will have many features and benefits that [will differentiate it] from our existing ones,” he added.

Sobha Hartland Greens is situated within Sobha Group’s $4bn (AED14.7bn) 74ha Sobha Hartland development.

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