Crystalline lagoons boost sales of Riviera project08/27/2021
Amenities such as Crystal Lagoons® are becoming increasingly important in real estate developments. This was highlighted by Farhad Azizi, CEO of Azizi Developments, one of the main real estate developers in Dubai, in an interview with Arabian Business.
Azizi Developments has become one of the largest real estate developers in the Middle East, with more than 200 projects in various stages of development in the United Arab Emirates, especially in Dubai.
The executive emphasized that today, after the pandemic, customers are aware that, when buying a property, they also acquire a lifestyle. This has made access to green areas and recreation essential, such as the large crystalline lagoons; in addition to large balconies and office spaces within the new homes.
Its flagship project, Riviera, is a French Mediterranean-style real estate development at the foot of a 13-hectare artificial lagoon, located in the center of Mohammed Bin Rashid City (MBR City), a megaproject that will feature the largest Crystal Lagoons® in the world with 40 hectares of turquoise waters, which will stretch for seven kilometers and will be surrounded by green areas, trails and white sand beaches.
The 13 hectare Crystal Lagoons® is composed of filtered and desalinated water, completely safe, temperature controlled to be used throughout the year. The multinational water innovation company patents this desalination technology in 190 countries.
Likewise, the lagoon will be surrounded by 71 buildings, 16,000 residential units, restaurants and exclusive retail spaces. One of the great attractions, in addition to the lagoon, is the location of Riviera, near the Meydan One Mall (the largest in the world) and the Meydan racecourse, home to the World Cup of horses, as well as the main centers entertainment and shopping venues in Dubai.
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