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Dubai’s Deyaar appoints main contractor for Bella Rose project

Dubai’s Deyaar appoints main contractor for Bella Rose project

Condor Building Contracting has been awarded the 26-month contract for the 18-storey development

Dubai developer Deyaar has appointed Condor Building Contracting as the main contractor for its newly launched residential project Bella Rose, it announced on Saturday.

As part of the 26-month contract, Condor Building Contracting has already begun construction works to deliver the 18-storey development in Dubai Science Park by December 2020.

The value of the contract was not disclosed.

Bella Rose will offer studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with prices starting at Dhs449,777. Deyaar will also offer buyers a six-year monthly payment plan starting from Dhs3,750 per month. 

The residential tower features an infinity pool, gym, parking for residents and visitors, and 24-hour security, as well as retail stores on the ground level and landscaped gardens.

Deyaar did not announce the total cost of the project.

The company, which reported a 2.6 per cent decline in net profit to Dhs65.m ($17.75m) in the first half of the year, was linked to a potential merger with Union Properties last week.

The two firms were previously said to be close to combining in 2009 before the plans were halted by the financial crisis.

However, Union denied it was considering a merger on Monday.

Read: Dubai’s Union Properties denies reports of merger

Deyaar’s new launch comes ahead of the annual Cityscape exhibition in Dubai – the emirate’s biggest property show.

With Dubai’s real estate market remaining dull in the last few years, many developers appear to be targeting the affordable segment.

Developer Nakheel also announced for sale units in its Dragon Towers project on Sunday, with prices starting at Dhs449,000.

Read more: Dubai’s Nakheel launches Dragon Towers units for sale, priced from Dhs449,000



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