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Seven Tides appoints Airolink to build AED 1 billion Seven Seven City JLT project

Seven Tides has appointed UAE-based Airolink as the main building contractor, to complete the construction of its Seven City JLT development in Jumeirah Lake Towers, in Dubai.
The project has been awarded UAE-based company Airolink.
The project is valued at over AED 1 billion.
The project situated is in Cluster Z in DMCC, in front the Montgomery and Emirates’ golf courses and the Emirates Hills community.

Seven City JLT with a total built-up area of up to 3.5 million square feet and easily reach the road and also near to the Dubai Metro, the development is made up of 2,744 units, with its residential element consisting of 2,617 studio, one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, plus 78 hotel rooms.

The striking design sits upon a common podium, which plays host to drive restaurants overlooking a lake. The tower also features a fully furnished gym, health club, infinity pool, children’s pool, 12 Sky Gardens, cafes, plus other dinner options.

The project also includes a 3-screen cinema, a hypermarket, as well as 2,617 car parking spaces, with an additional 312 spaces dedicated to retail customers, including valet.

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