Luxury Residential Berkeley Place Project Contract Awarded

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A contract for the construction of Berkeley Place, a luxury residential development within Mohammed Bin Rashid City has officially been awarded.

The project’s developer is Dubai’s leading and award-winning firm, Ellington Properties. The firm awarded the US$ 28.6M contract to Aroma International Building Contracting. The latter is a prominent building construction company in the UAE, established back in 1998.

Moreover, the firm is a specialist and expert in all kinds of building and construction projects.

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Berkeley Place to create a gateway to exceptional living

The development will feature a total number of 127 units. The design of the units features maximization of the best possible use of light and space. Which will include one, two, and three-bedroom apartments.

Moreover, the building’s residents will benefit from a rooftop terrace with dining and lounging. Additionally, residents will also have access to a state-of-the-art fitness studio, barbeque areas as well as an arcade room. Furthermore, there will also be a rooftop with an infinity pool alongside hotel-style passenger drop-off areas.

The develop[meant will also include electric vehicle charging stations, bicycle parking with a maintenance stand, a garden with seating areas as well as an outdoor yoga desk. Given all its features and amenities, Berkeley Place will create a gateway to an exceptional living experience.

Ellington and Aroma partnership in other projects 

The Managing director of Ellington Properties spoke about the project. Joseph Thomas expressed confidence in the firm’s partnership with Aroma International Building Contracting.

According to Thomas, Ellington has previously partnered with the firm in the delivery of two projects. The projects were the Belgravia Heights within Jumeirah Village Circle and the Wilton Terraces in Meydan. The latter’s completion was in December 2021, while the former is due for completion by the end of this year.