EREC purchases Dh17.7m properties in Tokyo

ABU DHABI - Emirates Real Estate Corporation (EREC) recently purchased two properties for the sum of Dh17.7 million in Tokyo to be used by the diplomats working at the UAE embassy in Japan.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Sat 11 Oct 2003, 12:49 PM

Last updated: Wed 1 Apr 2015, 9:34 PM

The purchase was decided upon by a committee formed by EREC in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, specifically for the procurement of the properties for UAE diplomats working in Tokyo.

Commenting on the purchase, Elham Abdul Rahman Fekri, EREC's deputy general manager, said: "The purchase of the houses came in line with EREC's policy to provide high standard government buildings, which in turn helps enable government institutions to operate more efficiently. We strive to provide world class services to our customers."

In line with this policy, Ms Fikri recently visited Japan, where she and her colleagues reviewed different offers by Japanese firms for residential buildings. Two buildings were selected based on EREC's high international standards while conforming to traditional Arab residential needs.

Ms Fikri indicated that each house has an approximate area of 217 square metres. Both houses are distinguished with Arabic architecture, an aspect that was taken into consideration during the process of selection.

Emirates Real Estate Corporation designs and executes government buildings to be rented to ministries, institutions, and federal entities inside and outside the country. It also provides maintenance and property management services for the buildings according to the highest standards.

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