Construction complete on $128m Azizi Aliyah in Dubai Healthcare City

Handover is due to commence on the homes after the completion of construction works that started in October 2016

Construction on Azizi Aliyah is complete.
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Construction on Azizi Aliyah is complete.

Mirwais Azizi-led Dubai-based real estate developer Azizi Developments has completed its $128m (AED470m) Azizi Aliyah project, a 16-storied residential building in Dubai Healthcare City.

Handover is set to commence with the developer receiving the building completion certificate from local authorities for the project, which was launched in October 2016.

The completion of the Al Khail Road project comes in line with Azizi’s ‘Year of Construction’ initiative, which is aimed at completing all the projects it has launched to date. 

Commenting on the Aliyah homes, chief executive officer of Azizi Developments, Farhad Azizi, said: “The timely completion of this development is a noteworthy milestone.

“We will [now] initiate the process of handing over the keys to our customers,” stressed Azizi.

Located 15 minutes away from Dubai International Airport, Azizi Aliyah comprises 346 residences, divided between 191 studios, plus 135 one- and 20 two- bedroom apartments.

The project also includes 1,486.4m2 of retail space, and features unroofed balconies. 

Last week, the developer announced it had sold out 10 of its projects – the Feirouz, Iris, Liatris, Orchid, Yasmine, Daisy, Freesia, Tulip, Candace Aster, and Roy homes – in Dubai's Al Furjan neighbourhood.

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