Reference ID: crescent-1185045

Corner Hotel Plot For Sale Behind SZR Near City Walk

AED 21,071,400

Posted On: August 17th, 2019

Size (SqFt)

14,532

Land For

Sale

Freehold

No

Listed By

Agent

Property Reference

crescent-1185045

Zoned For

Residential

Description

PLOT FEATURES:

PRIME LOCATION PLOT

Permitted Height: G+8
Ownership: Freehold
FAR: 3.5
GFA 53000 Approx
PARK Facing Plot
No time limit to construct
No service charges

Excellent location for an excellent returns

Excellent Future Investment..
Just Behind Sheik Zayed Road
Behind Jumeirah Beach
Behind Fairmount hotel and Crown Plaza
5 minutes from City walk


Al Satwa plots are part of a new Freehold development located behind Sheikh Zayed Road, The Fairmont Hotel & Crown Plaza opposite Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC). The plots cater for residential, hotel and retail buildings with a G+8 permit. This project is an attractive opportunity for real estate developers looking to develop a project in a prime location with close proximity to DIFC and Downtown Dubai.

NOTE: All Investors/Buyers and Sellers we SELL IN DAYS not in Months We have excellent Inventory all over DUBAI and Investors all over the WORLD. Register your interest on Following Numbers and Whats app.

Contact:
Muhammad Omer


Rera Permit:28144 | visit us at www.cre.ae


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