Ajman Free Zone unveils 9,617m2 Ajman Boulevard development
The buildings have 213 units combined, featuring glass offices, reception areas, waiting areas, and shared offices
Ajman Free Zone has revealed the 9,617m2 Ajman Boulevard project – a state-of-the-art commercial complex within the free zone that offers modern office spaces to local and foreign investors who are seeking cost-effective business facilities in the emirate.
The Ajman Boulevard houses two six-storey commercial buildings, each with conducive work setting and advanced amenities and facilities such as showrooms, executive offices, and meeting rooms.
The buildings have 213 units combined, with every floor featuring glass offices and reception areas. One of the structures also has a waiting area and shared offices, which are ideal for both startup owners and freelancers.
Managed by Ajman Free Zone, the project is in line with Ajman Vision 2021 and the Ajman Government’s efforts to establish a business-friendly environment in the emirate that would attract global investments, and boost activities for local industries, as well as diversify the economy.
Under the terms of the Boulevard initiative, firms that will be setting up their offices will benefit from streamlined processes for enterprise establishment and management; ease of business procedures; and flexibility; among other benefits.
The Ajman Boulevard project complements the Ajman's Free Zone's continuing efforts to deliver cost-effective and contemporary office spaces in the emirate.
The project, which is in line with the current expansion strategy, also demonstrates Ajman Free Zone’s commitment to provide quality and distinctive offerings to international companies from various sectors.
One of Ajman Free Zone’s propositions involves enabling investors to set up a company from anywhere in the world in less than 24 hours via its digital portal.
As part of its strategies to drive Ajman’s socio-economic growth and development, the free zone continues to provide innovative solutions, form new partnerships, and integrate creativity in its culture