Date: 03 March, 2022
Alef Group has launched its new villa community project in Sharjah called Hayyan valued at Dhs3.5bn. Hayyan extends over an area of 8.7 million sq ft and includes a total of 1,836 villas, spread across three different zones.
Buyers are expected to begin to receive possession of their homes in the second half of 2025. The first area of the project is divided into three different phases. The first phase will see the delivery of 268 villas in the Aryam neighbourhood, which includes a total of 727 residential villas, expected to be delivered within the second and third phases.
With 80,000 sq ft of allotments for organic edible gardens, the project includes more than 40,000 green trees. The residential units in the project include six interior designs, with options ranging from seven-bedroom mansions to two-bedroom family homes.
The project includes the emirate’s largest swimming pool, spanning 50,000 sq ft, along with the largest park within a residential community in Sharjah.
Located within 1,000,000 sq ft of tranquil surroundings, it includes football pitches, tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, a gymnasium, and a 6-kilometer track for running and cycling.
Residents and visitors will also be able to avail of convenience shops within the community, restaurants, a nursery, and enjoy access to a club house overlooking the lagoon too.
“Through our project, we have presented unique and entirely new experiences. Hayyan endeavours to be a mini-city within the city of Sharjah, offering genuine immersive living opportunities. The complex provides an integrated and exceptional experience that combines nature and green landscapes, modern facilities, services, and amenities in one destination,” said Issa Ataya, CEO of Alef Group.
Another recent major project by the developer in Sharjah is its Al Mamsha project that has a total value of more than Dhs213m. The development includes 612 residential units spread over six buildings that offer a mix of studios, one-bedroom, two bedrooms, and three-bedroom apartments.
Source: Gulf Business