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Sharjah's Al Zahia to begin handover of Al Narjis homes in 2018

Following the handover, which is due to begin in mid-2018, Al Zahia will be home to more than 460 families across the Al Jouri and Al Narjis neighbourhoods

Sharjah's Al Zahia will begin the handover of its Al Narjis homes next year.
Sharjah's Al Zahia will begin the handover of its Al Narjis homes next year.

The handover of Al Zahia master-community's Al Narjis neighbourhood will begin next year, it has been confirmed. 

Following the handover, which is due to begin in mid-2018, Al Zahia will be home to more than 460 families across the Al Jouri and Al Narjis neighbourhoods. 

READ: MAF's Al Zahia 30% complete as sales double in 2017

Al Narjis features townhouses and villas, a water activities park, and one of the six themed community parks designed for Al Zahia. 

Al Zahia is being developed by Sharjah Holding, a partnership formed by Majid Al Futtaim Properties and Sharjah Asset Management Holding. 

Commenting on the handover plans, Shadi Al Azzeh, the development director of Al Zahia at Majid Al Futtaim Properties, said: "With a steadfast commitment to deliver on our promise, Al Zahia has become Sharjah's residential community of choice with more than 460 families to be integrated within its neighbourhoods by next year.

"The handover of Al Narjis neighbourhood will mark another milestone for Al Zahia and demonstrates our ability to deliver a community that offers its residents the highest quality of living standards."

This September, Al Zahia launched the second phase of its third neighbourhood, Al Lilac, with the release of 61 luxury four and five-bedroom villas.

The neighbourhood will be home to over 285 families upon completion in 2020.

Al Zahia is located adjacent to City Centre Al Zahia, currently under construction and due to open in 2020.

 

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