Aldar launches final residential community at Yas Acres
Construction of the project is expected to begin in Q2, 2022 and handovers are expected to commence in Q3, 2024
Aldar Properties has launched its final residential community at its Yas Acres flagship development on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. Dahlias will feature 120 villas, duplexes and townhouses and notes the launch follows the strong demand for each phase of Yas Acres.
According to a statement, the project will feature a range of two-bedroom townhouses, three- and four-bedroom duplexes, and four-, five- and six-bedroom villas. Construction of Dahlias is due to begin in Q2, 2022 with handovers expected to commence in Q3, 2024.
“Yas Island undoubtedly remains one of the most sought-after destinations to live in Abu Dhabi and we have witnessed this throughout 2021 with record sales of Aldar properties on the island. Dahlias is the final community at Yas Acres and our final sales launch of the year on Yas Island, so we expect the 120 homes to receive significant interest from investors and homeowners alike,” said Aldar Properties’ chief commercial officer Rashed Al Omaira.
Once Dahlias is completed, residents will enjoy access to a school, mosques, ample green spaces and community pools, while world class leisure, entertainment and shopping destinations will be available on their Yas Island doorstep, a statement from Aldar Properties said.
Yas Acres has become one of the most in-demand communities across Abu Dhabi, with current occupancy rates for the existing community standing at 95%, stated Omaira.
He concluded, “As with the previous phases, the homes at Dahlias have also been designed to exceed or meet the latest sustainability standards set in the UAE. Each unit will feature solar powered water heating systems, high solar reflectance materials to reduce heat absorption, efficient fixtures that reduce water consumption by more than 20%, and LED light fixtures that reduce energy consumption. Additionally, customers will be able to monitor their electricity and water consumption using smart meters.”