Balvinder Singh Sahni and Junaid Merchant
The RSG Group of Companies, a prominent Dubai-based real estate developer, has unveiled its latest project, Fairmont Residences Dubai Skyline, on which it has already invested AED1.5 billion ($410 million).
The firm has achieved 65% construction completion, prior to commencing of sales on the project, strategically located along Sheikh Zayed Road. Expected to be completed by March 2025, this development promises unparalleled luxury living.
Meanwhile, the group has also charted an ambitious course in UAE, earmarking AED5 billion for developments over the next five years, with initial projects launching in October.
Prestigious urban living
Fairmont Residences Dubai Skyline, comprising 122 fully furnished branded two and three-bedroom residences, designed by the award-winning Kristina Zanic, redefines prestigious urban living.
These residences boast high-end finishes, including the spectacular Sky Mansion and Sky Palace residences, offering residents exclusive access to amenities and personalised services by Fairmont.
"Dubai, my cherished home for two decades, is my canvas for distinctive real estate projects, and Fairmont Residences Dubai Skyline is the pinnacle of my dream, a luxurious masterpiece,” said Balvinder Singh Sahni (Abu Sabah), Founder & Chairman of RSG Group of Companies.
Flexible payment plan
RSG ensures accessibility to its luxurious residences through a flexible payment plan, permitting 50% payment post-handover over three years, in line with their commitment to convenience.
RSG is collaborating with VA Properties for the sales and marketing of Fairmont Residences Dubai Skyline, highlights their confidence in VA Properties' capabilities.
"VA Properties is delighted to be a significant collaboration of Fairmont Residences Dubai Skyline, symbolising our dedication to excellence and meticulous attention to detail. It will be a standout addition to our portfolio as a timeless masterpiece. We eagerly anticipate future collaborations with RSG on their upcoming projects,” said Junaid Merchant, CEO of VA Properties.-- TradeArabia News Service