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Thuriah launches towers within Sahara complex.

The new towers will be located in the Sahara Complex, which is an ideal location at the border between Sharjah and Dubai.

Al Thuriah, a leading service provider to the real estate and construction industry, recently announced that the Sahara 3 Tower will be completed ahead of schedule and be ready for occupancy by residents, before the end of 2014.

The company also announced the construction of two more high-rise residential towers Sahara 4 and Sahara 5. The new towers will be located in the Sahara Complex, which is an ideal location at the border between Sharjah and Dubai. Considered the gateway to Sharjah; the towers will be easily accessible and will have three hospitals, more than 10 schools and Sahara Mall in the vicinity. The towers are strategically placed to offer proximity to major landmarks like the Dubai International Airport, Sharjah International Airport and the American University of Sharjah.

Raymond Khouzami, CEO, Al Thuriah, said: "With Sahara Complex, we have created a winning formula. A complete package that combines the ingredients of practicality, class and serenity with a guaranteed build quality and timely commitment. This is the success story of the Sahara Towers."

The apartments will be well-equipped with 24-hour security and complete facilities management. Both the towers will also offer in-building relaxation and recreational options like a swimming pool with lifeguards, and a supervised gym and health club. The apartments in both Sahara Tower 4 and Sahara Tower 5 are available for freehold (ownership as per Sharjah Government Rules and Regulations) to GCC nationals and Arabs with a UAE Resident Visa. business@khaleejtimes.com

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Publication:Khaleej Times (Dubai, United Arab Emirates)
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Date:Jun 30, 2014
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