Dubai-based leading boutique real estate developer, Safe Developers has launched a $40 million (Dh150 million) worth Gardenia Livings project in Arjan.
Safe Developers is a subsidiary of Silgo Group, a 40 years old diversified business conglomerate based in Dubai.
Gardenia Livings, which spans 55,810 square feet, features 156 apartments, including 90 one-bedroom flats and 66 two-bedroom units, as well as other vital amenities, according to the developer’s statement.
The luxurious landmark is situated in a lush green environment at the entrance to Dubai’s Arjan, offering a lavish residential space. It provides views of a lush green public park when viewed from two of its three sides.
Mr. Shahzad Saxena, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Safe Developers and Silgo Group of Companies noted that, “Today marks a historic day for Silgo Group as our property development arm Safe Developers is launching its first project, Gardenia Livings. We are excited to play our part in Dubai’s success story backed with our knowledge and experience in the construction industry of Dubai over the past 40 years.”
“We clearly foresee a very high success rate for Safe Developers by delivering to our buyers the most value per square feet than anyone else,” said Mr. Saxena.
According to the statement, Gardenia Livings, scheduled to be delivered in the second quarter of 2023, is devoted to the creation of an exquisite lifestyle within Dubai. The rooftop caters to an event space for 200 people, and its amenities include a designated fitness area, a barbecue space, infinity pool, event space at the rooftop, designated BBQ area, kids play area, multifunctional rooftop, fitness area, gym, outdoor theatre, dog park, covered carpark, 24×7 security, CCTV surveillance cameras.
Mr. Rahul Kumar Gupta, Partner of Safe Developers commented that, “Although Gardenia Livings is our first project, we are here to stay for long and we intend to launch two more projects in Dubai in 2022.”
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