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Emerald Palace Group delivers 100 units to Kempinski

March 18- Emerald Palace Group, a residential and tourism project developer, has delivered 100 units to owners at Kempinski Hotel Residences Palm Jumeirah project, according to a press release issued on Wednesday. Work on the project began in 2007 and includes 244 units, such as suites, residences, penthouses and royal villas. Handovers to customers began in January this year and are expected to reach completion next month, making the Emerald Palace Group the first foreign-owned development company to complete a residential project on Palm Jumeirah.


"We have forged ahead towards completion of our project, with an unwavering focus on quality. The results are clear to see and the customers who have received their hotel residences so far have been absolutely delighted. Through the life of the project, we have had zero defaults, a reflection of our customers' confidence in the project, in Palm Jumeirah and in the long term potential of Dubai. As we hand over the residences, we are seeing that confidence being realised,” said James Wilson, Managing Director of Emerald Palace Group.
 

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