UAE-based Azizi Developments has announced that it has made rapid progress, reaching 30 per cent across its three premium off-plan projects - Park Avenue I, II and III - at MBR City in Dubai featuring 401 units.

Park Avenue comprises 372 residential and 29 retail units, with each of the three buildings having its own fully equipped gym and swimming pool.

Azizi said work was progressing swiftly, with the structure of Park Avenue I now being 57% complete, and Park Avenue II and III’s structure now having reached 63% and 71% respectively. The total manpower has been increased to 280 to further accelerate construction, it stated.

Giving an update on the project, CEO Farhad Azizi said: "We have made significant progress with Park Avenue I, II and III, crossing the 30 per cent milestone. Our revamped procurement processes have resulted in faster construction and substantially higher-quality levels that are sure to excite our valued investors and end-users."

"The Park Avenue developments are in great demand from local and foreign investors because of the sophisticated, affluent, and contemporary lifestyle they provide through their build quality, strategic location and exceptional amenities," he stated.

"Built around the concept of connected serenity, Azizi’s Park Avenue project is the epitome of a strategic, easily accessible and convenient location that is its own little getaway within the city," he explained.

"Surrounded by greenery and within proximity to Azizi’s planned community, Riviera, the upcoming Meydan One Mall, the Meydan Grandstand, The Track, and only a 10-minute-drive to Dubai Mall and Downtown Dubai, these contemporary homes are ideally located for those wanting access to some of the city’s most vibrant points of interest while also being able to bask in the tranquillity of their own community with panoramic views of Dubai’s skyline," he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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