The First Chinese Developer in Dubai - Apex (ARED LLC)

Apex Real Estate Development, a China-based private real estate developer, launched its operations in Dubai after being incorporated in December, 2013. The company aims to launch and deliver world-class master-planned communities in Dubai. With a string of successful international real estate projects, Apex’s vision includes the timely delivery of high-quality and affordable homes.

Mustafa H Yassin is the Sales & Marketing Manager of Apex Real Estate Development LLC and also the spokesperson for the company in Dubai.

The $500 Million inaugural project that Apex announced in September 2014 is called ‘The Royal Gardens’ and it will be located within Mohammed Bin Rashid City in the prestigious District Eleven. The Distric Eleven master-developer is the Meydan Group.

The project that will span across 6 Million square feet will include over 878 villas & townhouses, which will come in a variety of sizes and will range from three to six bedroom types. Apex aims to complete the project by 2019. The homes will offer luxury living at affordable prices and will be perfect for small and big families. The sale of the units in The Royal Gardens hasn’t started yet and is expected to begin soon in 2015.

Apex has roped in one of the most renowned architecture companies in China – ZhuBo, to design the homes. ZhuBo is ranked amongst the top 3 architecture companies in China.

The Royal Gardens will also feature retail facilities within the community and a list of great features like swimming pools, kids’ play areas, fitness centers, activity areas and more. The community will also feature two mosques and a jogging/walking trail as well. The Royal Gardens is expected to offer beautifully landscaped and spacious homes with ample parking space, high-quality fixtures and fittings and great infrastructure.

Future residents of the community can enjoy easy accessibility from Dubai’s arterial roads – Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed road, Dubai-Al Ain road and Al Khail road.

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