An artist’s impression of the Centurion Star Tower. It will have views of the Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club. — Supplied photo
The 12-storey office building will have freehold retail spaces and offers views of the creek and Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club. Finance facility on this project is provided by Mashreq Bank.
“The commercial real estate sector is set to take a giant leap forward and with Dubai winning the Expo2020 bid — this has now become a reality. To further emphasise the win, we have the Expo 2020 logo embedded in our landscaping and lighting features. There is a major gap that we have filled in by launching this office property that is located in the heart of the city,” said Hamzah Abu Zannad, director of operations at Royal Star International.
“There is a huge demand for our project due to the exponential growth that the city is currently experiencing. We have a lot of enquiries from local business entities and overseas investors who would want to enter UAE and set up their businesses. All they are looking for is a good property with all the amenities and a perfect location to conduct their businesses. Centurion Star Tower is embedded with all these features and has a great corporate personality coupled with a great business address.”
Centurion Star Tower has 168 offices, 22 shops, a rooftop pool with sunbathing decks, four gymnasiums, and 375 parking bays for owners and their visitors. More than 40 per cent of the land plot has been dedicated to public landscaping, greenery and fountains adding to the beauty of the building and the entire neighbourhood.
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