Azizi Developments breaks ground at Dubai Healthcare City's Creek Views II

By Staff Report

Published: Mon 10 Aug 2020, 3:58 PM

Last updated: Mon 10 Aug 2020, 9:40 PM

Azizi Developments has announced that it has broken ground at the Dh350 million Creek Views II, its newly launched development on the shores of the Dubai Creek in Dubai Healthcare City.
Mirwais Azizi, founder and chairman of Azizi Developments, and Farhad Azizi, CEO of Azizi Developments, in the presence of senior members of the company's management team, officially dug the first shovel into the grounds of the development.
Home to 587 families, the building will comprise 116 studios, 436 one-bedroom, and 35 two-bedroom apartments. Creek Views II will also feature two swimming pools, a sauna, a steam room, a fully equipped gym, and a children's play area. The project is situated in DHCC, the emirate's health and wellness destination, with direct access to Al Khail Road. This community is not only home to a wide variety of leading, high-tech medical centres, but also comprises an abundance of lifestyle and shopping options.
Mirwais Azizi said: "Following the outstanding investor response to Creek Views I, and with it being almost entirely sold out, we have now decided to launch Creek Views II, opening the doors for even more families to bask in uninhibited lavishness, modernism and connectivity, as well as enjoy unobstructed views of the stunning surroundings. We are proud to continue to catalyse the development of the great city of Dubai, with its unparalleled safety, innovation, and continuous progress, and are honoured to call it our home."
"We look forward to seeing our valued stakeholders come together to add this prestigious building to our portfolio. With the help of our diligent staff, knowledgeable engineers, hardworking construction site workers, hundreds of accommodating suppliers, supportive government authorities, and a host of other stakeholders, we look forward to turn this project into homes that will enrich the lives of those who would reside in them," he added.

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