Azizi Development says Phase One of Riviera development reaches 60% completion mark
The developer said that work on Phase Two of the MBR CIty project stands at 37%, while Phase Three is at 22%
Azizi Developments, the UAE based private developer, has announced that steady progress is being made at its Riviera project in Mohammed Bin Rashid City, with nearly 60% of the construction and infrastructure work completed in Phase One of the development.
In a statement, the developer said that work on Phase Two stands at 37%, while Phase Three is at 22%. The project is located at the heart of MBR City, and consists of 71 mid-rise buildings, with 16,000 residences that are conveniently located in the midst of all the business, leisure and retail hubs of the city.
Phase One of Riviera consists of 3,589 residences across 18 towers, consisting of 2,461 studios, 935 one-bedroom, 111 two-bedroom, and 82 three-bedroom units, most of which are projected to be completed in 2020. It has a total built-up area of 375,541 sq. m and a total gross floor area of 180,854 sqm.
The development has been designed to introduce the French-Mediterranean lifestyle to Dubai, which is not merely about architectural art but also about a certain ‘joie de vivre’ — a celebration of life, an exultation of spirit, Riviera represents a new landmark, said the Dubai developer.
The homes offer views of the city’s skyline and ensure generous space, spread across three districts: an extensive retail boulevard, a canal walk with artisan eateries and boutiques, and Les Jardins — a lush-green social space, it stated.
Mohamed Ragheb, Executive Director – Engineering Division, said Azizi was making substantial progress in the building of roads, sidewalks, drainage and water systems, backfilling, the laying of telephone line cables and more.
“It is truly a rewarding sight to behold. Riviera is our pride and joy – seeing it come to life, from its design stage to it now turning into a liveable city that will enhance lifestyles for generations to come, fills us all with immense excitement,” he added.