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Dubai Investments says 279 Mirdif Hills homes ready for sale

The residential units are part of the 37.2-hectare masterplanned community's Al Multaqa Avenue cluster

Dubai Investments is building Mirdif Hills.
Dubai Investments
Dubai Investments is building Mirdif Hills.

Dubai Investments said 279 homes are ready to go to market at its Al Multaqa Avenue residential cluster, marking progress in the development of the Mirdif Hills project that subsidiary Dubai Investments Real Estate Company is implementing.

Made up of seven blocks, Al Multaqa Avenue sits at the centre of the Mirdif Hills masterplan. Its 279 homes are distributed across three buildings, and span the studio, one-, and two-bedroom layouts.

A 116-key Millennium Hotel with 134 serviced apartments, restaurants, and retail space is also being developed.

The project is part of the 37.2ha Mirdif Hills mixed-use residential, commercial, and retail development, which has a total of 1,500 apartments.

Dubai Investments broke ground on the project in January 2018, announcing eight months later that project was 50% complete.

Phase 1 of Mirdif Hills is currently 93.5% complete, with progress on Janayen Avenue and Nasayem Avenue respectively noted at 95% and 92%.

The update comes two months after Dubai Investments announced that its G+14 residential tower Al Barsha 1 is on track to be completed in December 2019.

Between May and December of last year, 36,920 cumulative man-hours were put in for the project. Work implemented during this period included the fixing of the structural steel columns.

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