Azizi Developments, a leading real estate developer in the UAE, has announced 35% completion of its key project Berton located in the heart of Dubai’s new growth corridor, Al Furjan.
An exceptionally well-connected residential development, Berton’s structure now stands at 87%, blockwork at 28%, and external works and infrastructure developments are progressing at a rapid pace.
In alignment with Azizi's commitment to timely delivery, the company aims to complete the 245-unit development, which comprises 190 studio units, 41 one-bedroom and 14 two-bedroom apartments as well 16 luxury penthouses, by mid-2021.
On the construction progress, Executive Director (Engineering Division) Mohammed Ragheb said: "Berton’s remarkably fast construction progress underlines our commitment to deliver our promises on time, all while adhering to our rigorous quality control and assurance practices."
"This exceptional residential building is one of our many projects in Al Furjan – it represents our strive to develop carefully thought-out, master-planned communities that offer a true sense of community and belonging, with connectivity being key," stated Ragheb.
"Berton accomplishes this by not only providing all that a home needs in its vicinity but by also immersing residents in a community lifestyle that creates healthy, balanced social settings, all while promoting convenience, human comfort, and leisure," he added.
Berton brings together masterful craftsmanship and interior artistry with gracefully-furnished homes that come with high-end parquet flooring, state-of-the-art décor, and generous spaces.
The property offers customers the opportunity to live in one of the most up-and-coming locations in the emirate.
Situated near Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road, Sheikh Zayed Road, and the new Expo 2020 Route metro line, Berton is remarkably well-connected to the entirety of Dubai’s major points of interest. With its ease of access to the vibrant Expo 2020 site as well as the Al Maktoum International Airport, the development is at the forefront of global interconnectedness.-TradeArabia News Service