IRIS Crystal launched at Business Bay

DUBAI — IRIS, a property developer in the region, officially launched IRIS Crystal at an event held at the Al Ras Ballroom in the Intercontinental Hotel on Monday.

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Published: Wed 30 Apr 2008, 9:41 AM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 11:47 AM

Ashwin Sheth, CEO of IRIS and Managing Director of Sheth Estate commented: “the impressive growth of Dubai’s economy has fuelled demand for office space in premium locations, and we at IRIS are proud to announce another iconic development in Dubai’ prime business hub.”

With the announcement, IRIS officially opened sales for IRIS Crystal with prices starting from approximately Dh2,976 per sq. ft.

Strategically located at the centre of Business Bay, the five-star luxury business development is a 25-storey freehold office tower offering 300,000 sq.ft of floor space and 12,000 sq.ft of retail space on the ground level.

Designed by internationally renowned architects, Aedas, IRIS Crystal will provide businesses with uninterrupted 280 degree panoramic views of Dubai’ regional business hub. In addition, the commercial tower will have prominent architectural features and rich interiors with the finest fittings equipped with the latest innovative technologies. Tenants will have access to a diverse array of amenities, including health & fitness facilities, retail outlets and a state-of-the-art business centre, complemented by modern office infrastructure.

“The interior’s design will ensure efficient use of space and light and will accommodate six high-speed elevators and 9 levels of parking that will help achieve complete customer satisfaction through unrivalled design, and incomparable aesthetics that will ensure a high return on investment.” added Sheth.

IRIS Crystal will also offer over 672 car parking spaces and around the clock security including state-of-the-art CCTV systems, high speed internet connectivity in all units, and smart card access control.



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