Al Zorah launches sales of commercial plots in Ajman

United Arab Emirates-based development company Al Zorah has announced the launch of the sale of commercial plots in The Strip, a popular mixed-use area in the northern emirate of Ajman.

This follows an increased interest in commercial space in the strategically located and economically important area.

The Strip has plenty of retail space that can be used for restaurants and multi-purpose stores, with unit prices starting at AED 2.3 million and a payment plan that spans three years.

Plot sizes vary from 10,000 to 16,000 square feet with an average built area per plot of approximately 13,000 square feet.

Al Zorah is one of Ajman’s top tourist destinations due to development projects that testify to the construction of luxury beachfront resorts.

The projects also cover a golf club, golf course, catwalk, shopping sites, luxury restaurants, four marinas and apartments on the banks of the creek.

CEO Imad Dana said, “We have received many inquiries in the past about the possibility of offering commercial land in a prime area of ​​the Al Zorah project. This particular area is important in Ajman, not only for business and commerce, but also as a tourist attraction. “

According to him, the newly launched commercial plots take into account the versatile needs of investors in the retail sector.

“Sales are represented by plots of land on which a one- or two-story building can be built. There are a variety of options and this, coupled with The Strip’s highly strategic location, makes it a very attractive choice. for investors, ”he said. .

The locality includes the Al Zorah Mangrove Nature Reserve, considered one of Ajman’s most beautiful natural features, and is an ideal destination for lovers of ecological and natural tourism.

The many mangroves provide a favorable environment for residents and migratory birds, in addition to the presence of plants and weeds. The reserve is diverse due to the abundance of water, with coasts containing huge groups of fish and coral reefs.TradeArabia News Service

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