The new 3-bedroom and 4-bedroom villas offer an open-plan layout.
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DUBAI – Following the launch of its first villa compound project, Al Safeena Villas, The Kanoo Group launched its latest project, the new Haya & Alyazzi Villas in Jumeirah.
Designed by AD&D and constructed by Al Ghurair Contracting company, the new rental villas offer an open-plan layout, with 3 bedrooms from 4,036 sq. ft. to 4,112 sq. ft. and 4 bedrooms from 4,760 sq. ft. to 5,014 sq. ft..
Each villa features modern and contemporary elements that give each home a sleek look, focused around luxury, modern family living.
The latest addition to The Kanoo Group’s property portfolio consists of 5 and 8 stand-alone villas in Compound 2 – Haya Villas, and Compound 3 – Alyazzi Villas respectively.
Situated just off Beach Road in Al Safeena, Haya & Alyazzi Villas is in close proximity to Dubai’s landmark areas such Sunset Mall and Jumeirah Beach.
Residents living in Haya & Alyazzi Villas will enjoy private landscaped gardens, but will also have the convenience of socializing in a close-knit neighbourhood. It seamlessly combines the concepts of privacy and community.
Girish Siddappa, Senior Property Manager, The Kanoo Group – UAE & Oman, said, “Kanoo Property constantly monitors and analyses the rapidly evolving market dynamics. We have an expert team who handles diverse property solutions to meet all our consumer needs.”
“These additions to our world-class projects provide the complete living environment, with large and spacious layouts, high-end finishing and fittings, and sustainable and environmentally-friendly design to enhance our offering for tenants, which are complete and ready for handover,” he added.
Currently, there are 11 out of 13 villas which were already rented out within few months’ time since its official launching.
Through the years, Dubai has experienced a thriving economy and steady population. Dubai’s population is recently estimated to be over 3 million, one-third of UAE’s 9.3 million, which currently places extra demand on the real estate sector. PR
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