India-based Gemini Property Developers has announced initiating work on its high-end apartment project in Dubai. This will mark the start of a series of luxury development projects launched by the company in the gulf region.

The project, named Gemini Splendor, will comprise a total of 134 units of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, penthouses and townhouses equipped with hi-tech facilities.

The project is located in the Hartland community in Dubai’s Mohammed Bin Rashid (MBR) City and will be spread over an area of 320,000 square feet. The luxury apartments will be inaugurated in early 2018.

The real estate company said in a statement that construction work had already started on the project after its groundbreaking ceremony was held earlier this month.

The apartment units at Gemini Splendor will range between 780 square feet to 3,400 square feet. Additional facilities provided at the building will include retail, shopping and entertainment facilities, while the area will also boast of green spaces.

Gemini Property Developers Managing Director Sudhakar R Rao said, “This milestone project marks an important phase of our entry into the Dubai real estate industry and reinforces our commitment to deliver key projects in one of the most sought-after Middle Eastern markets.” The real estate firm has already awarded the enabling works contract to National Piling and is in the process of announcing contract for main construction work soon.

Rao said, “We have already registered ourselves as developers with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) and have opened an Escrow account as per the Trust Account Law.”

The project has been designed by Aedas, which is renowned for its work on Dubai Metro stations.

Meanwhile, Aedas Middle East Associate Director Yebin Sreenivasan said they were pleased to be part of the project, which is also the first UAE project undertaken by Gemini Property Developer.

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