AMMAN / EMIRATES BUSINESS
Following the debut of its dedicated on-site sales centre and residential mock-up units, Saraya Aqaba has announced the official launch of sales for the project’s idyllic residences.
The launch of residential sales was underscored by the debut of Saraya Aqaba’s new marketing campaign, and was celebrated during a stylish cocktail event that welcomed an array of elite guests to discover the exclusive lifestyle on offer.
A premier selection of Saraya Aqaba’s stunning residences are now available for purchase, including an assortment of apartments, townhouses, beach club duplexes, and villas. The residential units for sale range in size between 52 and 406 square metres, and include one-, two-, three-, and four-bedroom options. Each of Saraya Aqaba’s residential zones include two packages of elegant, high-end bathroom, bedroom, and kitchen fixtures that residents can choose from.
Situated in the heart of Jordan’s only coastal city, Saraya Aqaba is a mixed-use tourism and leisure destination that blends modern Arabic architecture with a stylish, contemporary ambiance, taking inspiration from the surrounding natural vista.
Built around a manmade lagoon, Saraya Aqaba comprises more than 850 luxurious residential units, including Grand Villas, Villas, Grand Townhouses, Garden Townhouses, Apartments, Beach Club Duplexes, and Lofts.
Speaking on the occasion, the CEO of Eagle Hills Jordan – the private investment company managing the development and operations of Saraya Aqaba – AlaaBatayneh, said, “Following the extraordinary progress we have witnessed at Saraya Aqaba over the past several months, I am elated to announce the launch of sales for the project’s residential units. As the development continues to take shape on the ground, prospective customers will be able to get a real sense of the inimitable lifestyle provided to Saraya Aqaba’s residents and visitors. We at Eagle Hills Jordan look forward to welcoming new prospective residents as they take their first steps toward joining a truly distinctive community in Aqaba.”