Contractor has started work on four show villas
Indigo Properties, the Dubai-based property developer, has announced that the China State Construction Engineering Corporation has been commissioned to work on show villas for its ‘Indigo Zen’ luxury residential development.
The contractor, the world’s largest housing construction contracting company, has started work on four show villas for the project, which is scheduled for completion by June 2018. The Chinese firm’s regional arm, CSCEC Middle East, will carry out the project.
“We are very pleased to bring CSCEC Middle East on-board to work on the show villas on our ‘Zen’ development,” said Dev Maitra, CEO of Indigo Properties.
“The company has an impressive portfolio of projects in China and the Middle East, including the UAE. It has worked with government and private companies on residential, hospitality and infrastructure projects. Work has begun on the villas and we expect them to be completed in about six months.”
CSCEC Middle East has previously worked on a number of high-profile projects in the GCC region, including the award-winning Central Bank of Kuwait Headquarters, the Doha Tower and Nad Al Sheba Racecourse.
Indigo Properties’ Zen development is a 346-villa project that will mimic a “lush, tropical paradise”, the developer says. It will include running waterways, meditation zones and green spaces once complete.
The development will be spread across 4.5 million square feet of land in Dubai Golf City. It will include retail areas, clubhouses and pavilions with covered outdoor seating. The community will comprise of four, five and six-bedroom villas and three-bedroom townhouses, ranging from 4,000 to 10,000 square feet in size.
Indigo Properties has completed construction and handover of more than 1.5 million square feet of property in Dubai, with more in the pipeline. Its other projects include a 68-villa ‘Orange Lake’ development located in Jumeirah Golf Estates, a 117-townhouse development ‘Indigo Ville’ situated in Jumeirah Village Circle, and Indigo Spectrum 1 and Indigo Optima, two buildings located in International City.