Samana Developers today released its 2022 performance review and revealed the blueprint for 2023. The statement said the new year sets the target of quadrupling growth by 400%. Across 2023, Samana Developers plans to launch 12 new projects, including 5-star hotels, worth AED 2.5 billion (USD 680 million). The projects house around 2,400 units.
Samana’s yearly review says that despite the Covid-19 pandemic-related construction challenges and site workforce restrictions imposed by the authorities in early 2022, Samana Developers was able to manage the construction flow and delivered the Samana Hills project worth AED110 million. The developer also launched Samana Waves, Samana Miami and Samana Santorini projects that were 100% sold out.
Imran Farooq, Chief Executive Officer of Samana Developers, said: “2022 remained bullish for Samana Developers as it set a new trend in the market. I believe innovation and an out-of-box approach in real estate are key factors to success in modern Dubai’s real estate market. For example, Samana Developers was the first developer in Dubai who created and set the trend of private swimming pools in residential projects – in non-hotel projects with title deeds. We are proud of it. Today, this trend has been replicated by at least two dozen developers. We will be coming up with new design ideas in our 12 new projects in 2023.”
Samana Holiday Homes
In November 2022, Samana Developers launched Samana Holidays which boosted the investment returns of Samana homeowners from 8 per cent to 15 per cent. Samana initially targeted 500 units and convert them into holiday homes (serviced apartments) for short-term rentals to allow tourists, visitors and holiday-makers to reside. The converted units are expected to generate over AED 38 million in revenue in five months.
Moreover, Samana Developers fast-tracked the construction works of AED 130 million Samana Park Views, along Samana Waves and Samana Golf Avenue projects. The Samana Park Views project was launched in September 2021. As of today, four out of its eight slabs have been completed. The superstructure will be completed by end of February 2023 and the project will be delivered in Q2 2024.
“Dubai’s AED 32 trillion (USD 8.7 trillion) Economic Agenda, recently launched by UAE Vice President, ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is a new inspiration for us and for everyone. It will play a pivotal role in cross-sector growth, especially real estate, over the planned next 10 years 2033. We are inspired by it,” Imran Farooq concluded.