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the vicinity of their own homes.
In keeping with Al Barari’s commitment to provide exclusivity to its residents, over 80 per cent of the homes will have access to private elevators. One of the key features is the fact that the elevator waiting times in Seventh Heaven are 50 per cent lower than in other developments. What’s more, international architect 10 Design has created a structure that ensures residents enjoy natural light, while capitalising on Al Barari’s existing microclimate, where temperatures are three to five degrees cooler than in other developments in the city.
“We are very pleased with the growth momentum of this project, and the remarkable interest that Seventh Heaven and Al Barari in general have already generated. We are currently very busy dealing with numerous enquiries for this collection despite analysts having predicted an overall slowing in the regional property market this year. I firmly believe that this is due to our unique proposition, we are in many ways isolated from the current market conditions,” said Martyn Crook, Al Barari’s CEO of Asset Management.
“Our clients want to live in Al Barari!