Sustainability a key focus of its new residential project says Fakhruddin Properties


The development will deploy key energy optimisation technologies with specially automated smart homes that will be projecting energy savings up to 30%

Developer Fakhruddin Properties says that sustainability will be a core focus with its forthcoming residential project, Maimoon Gardens. The project, which is said to mark the developer’s return to Dubai’s real estate market, aims to give home owners the best indoor air quality (IAQ).

The developer says it will use technology developed by NASA to ensure that IAQ is the highest in each apartment, while special smart home automation and optimised designs are being leveraged to provide a cleaner and healthier lifestyle. The development will also feature popular amenities, it added.

The project, which will officially be unveiled in the near future, will take shape in Dubai’s Jumeirah Village Circle community, and will feature studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments, offices and retail spaces.

In June 2022, real estate brokerage Union Square House (USH) said that a quarter of homebuyers in Dubai are on the hunt for living spaces that provide mental health benefits. Middle East Consultant is hosting its inaugural Wellness in Construction Summit on 28 September. Registration is free for construction professionals.

The development will leverage energy optimisation technologies with specially automated smart homes that will be projecting energy savings up to 30%, enhanced convenience and reduced carbon footprint, the developer emphasised.

Discussing the project further, it noted that one of the key highlights of the project is waste management technology that will aide in segregating dry and wet garbage, thereby reducing combined carbon emissions by almost 1250 tonnes. An advanced centralised RO water tech feature for all apartments keeping sustainable living in mind is another key highlight of the upcoming project, it said.

Making its closing statement, the developer explained that Maimoon Gardens aspires to lend a resort-like feel to its inhabitants with inclusions like a Zen Garden, Cascading Waterfalls, a Meditation garden, a Community Green House with Radiant Cooling Technology, a vertical Herb Garden in every apartment and much more, keeping in mind the 360-degree wellbeing and healthier lifestyle of an individual.

“The new property marks our return as a robust galvaniser of sustainable living and checks all the boxes of smart design, complete optimisation, functionality and overall wellbeing,” the developer concluded.

In July, Verdantix called for employers to take steps to protect staff from physical climate risks.



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