Aurora Successfully Completes Its Residential Project in Dubai
Aurora, a UAE-based boutique real estate development company, has successfully completed its AED 168 million housing project, Hyati Residence, in Dubai’s Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC). Aurora Successfully Completes Its Residential Project in Dubai’s JVC. The project includes a total of 122 apartments and 20 townhouses with all except seven units already sold out in the phase one of the projects. The apartments consist of six studios, 82 one-bedroom apartments, and 34 two-bedroom apartments.
The townhouses feature four bedrooms with a double car space and a terrace on the second floor. The corner townhouses also have a garden area on the ground floor with access to a 10-meter long private lap pool. Aurora Successfully Completes Its Residential Project in Dubai’s JVC
The apartments include Bosch appliances, porcelain tiles from Turkey and melamine joinery cladding from Spain. Aurora also offered buyers bespoke refurbishment through ECC Renovations for minor structural changes to kitchens and bathrooms. Amenities include a gym and a swimming pool on the roof.
Aurora has now started construction on phase two, an eight-story project which includes 103 units and 19 townhouses, all targeted for completion by the end of next year.
CEO Cian Farah said that they are very proud of Hyati Residence and are dedicated to constant improvement through the creativity and efficiency of their designs. They look forward to welcoming the rest of the residents into their new homes.
To date, Aurora has completed projects valued at Dh275 million, consisting of Hyati Residence, Ritz Residence, and F01, with another Dh238 million under construction, namely Hyati Avenue and Lyra by Aurora. Lyra by Aurora, in Warsan 4 close to Academic City, is an apartment complex specifically catering to young professionals and students, said the official.
Aurora is working with its key strategic partners and associated companies from ECC Group including Engineering Contracting Company (ECC), Abanos Interior Fit-out and Joinery, CoreServ Facilities Management, Prime Metal Industries (PMI), and United Masters Electromechanical (UME).
Dubai’s property market has seen a slump in prices in the last few years, with the value of property transactions in the first half of the year dropping by 15.9 percent to AED 111 billion compared to AED 132 billion in the same period in 2017. Read more