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Dubai-based Ayana Holding partners with Marsan Real Estate for USD 1.6 billion luxury development

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USD 1.6bn luxury Florida property expected to attract GCC investors

A joint venture between Dubai-based Ayana Holding and US-based Marsan Real Estate will see BellaViva, a brand new USD 1.6 billion luxury development emerge in the heart of Florida.

The venture will enable Ayana to develop grow its presence in North America.

Comprising 5,500 luxury homes across 1,800 acres of land, hills, lakes, nature reserves, and an equestrian centre, BellaViva is expected to be the fastest-growing community for retirees and seasoned investors.

Complete with golf courses, restaurants, shopping malls, a medical clinic, boutique hotel, spa, hospital, and commercial space, the unique development is expected to offer investors from GCC countries and around the world new attractive investment opportunities in a thriving housing market.

Jean Marsan, founder of Marsan Real Estate Group said: “Aside from the tax-friendly environment, the year-long sunshine, and being the theme-park epicentre of the world, it appears that environmental and social changes have had a huge impact on Florida’s population and economic development.”

In Florida alone, property prices have risen by 6.61% since former President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency last March.

It is estimated that by 2030, the average house price in Florida will reach USD 437,921, putting it in the top ten states ahead of New York and New Hampshire.

 

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