Dubailand development resumes construction as demand for villas increase in emirate
Construction works have been resumed on the Mudon Development in Dubailand District by Dubai Properties Group (DPG) in response to the growing demand for villas in prime locations across the emirate.
DPG, a member of Dubai Holding, has confirmed the plan to work on Phase I with 348 three- and four-bedroom townhouses, due for completion within 18 months. Launched in 2007, the development was dubbed the developer as “Dubai Properties’ largest project to date.”
The first phase was originally scheduled for completion in 2009. The project was designed to incorporate five historic cities – Baghdad, Beirut, Damascus, Cairo, and Marrakech – within one large city.
“Mudon will feature a total of 3,200 villas and town houses and 8,500 apartment units, which will be fully designed developed by Dubai Properties,” the firm had said at the launch.
The mixed-use development comprises of residential, retail and leisure components, with a third of units and infrastructure in the first phase area already partially complete, DPG said.