Arada sells 300 residential units in Aljada project

United Arab Emirates, September 12, 2017

UAE-based developer Arada which developed Aljada, a major real estate project in Sharjah, has sold some 300 residential units, including villas and apartments, at Cityscape Global Dubai 2017.

Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Chairman of Arada, told Emirates News Agency, WAM, that the sale was achieved within the first few hours of its launch at the Cityscape Global Dubai exhibition.

Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed praised the stature of Cityscape Global Dubai, an exhibition that gives information about the various real estate projects in the region. He revealed that Arada’s participation in the exhibition had helped it introduce the largest project in the emirate of Sharjah, which has been developed using the most sophisticated standards and qualities.

Aljada, owned by Arada, was developed in partnership between the Basma Group and KBW Investment Group. It was launched a few days ago and is considered the largest of its kind in Sharjah, covering some 24 million square feet, at a cost of AED24 billion. It houses several health, education and developmental facilities, and its architectural engineering has been carried out keeping in mind the noble spirit and fragrance of Sharjah.

Aljada includes two parks spread over some 2.2 square kilometers, so that they can contribute towards promoting a healthy and active lifestyle, while giving each resident a chance to enjoy greenery just a few minutes away from their homes.

The project also includes wide passageways surrounded by trees, extending over 4.4 kilometres to connect different areas of Aljada.

WAM