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Campbell Gray unveils new Jordan mixed-use project


Campbell Gray Hotels, a major hospitality group, has joined hands with Jordan-based Al Seraje Real Estate to introduce a whole new level of luxury living to the kingdom with its flagship project Campbell Gray Living Amman.

A subsidiary of the Audeh Group, Al Seraje said world renowned and award-winning architecture firm Architecture-Studio, Paris, has designed the iconic building façade.

Located in the heart of the capital's new downtown area, Abdali, Campbell Gray Living Amman features residences, offices, boutiques, a five-star hotel and offers not just the most luxurious address in Amman but also some of the most exclusive lifestyle benefits to enjoy a jet-set feel right at home.

With the expected economic growth in 2017 and strategic location to neighboring and global markets, the thriving capital, Amman, becomes a highly competitive investment target. The project offers a unique opportunity for Jordanians and GCC nationals to expand their asset portfolio in Jordon.

"Real estate continues to be a haven for capital and secure income return for investors," remarked Saad Audeh, the owner of Audeh Group.

"A commendable economic growth in Jordon has been seen over the past few years and we are proud to be present in such a thriving economy with a top of the line development. The time-less urban design of the residences is aimed to foster a welcoming and serene space for the residents and a solid return for investors," he stated.

Located within reach of Amman’s financial and governmental districts and surrounded by elite dining and shopping, the residences in Abdali are the perfect location for international travelers to call home.

Some of the most important factors for investors considering branded residences are services, lifestyle benefits and design4 which Campbell Gray Living Amman provides at a level above that of any other development in the city.

The private residences offer exquisite designer one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments designed by Martin Brundnizki Design Studio London in collaboration with Campbell Gray Hotels.

Gordon Campbell Gray, who is known for his artistic flair and attention to detail, is the creative force behind some of the most iconic hotels in the world including Le Gray, Beirut, One Aldwych in London, The Phoenicia Malta and Carlisle Bay in Antigua in the West Indies. He is involved in every aspect of the creation, design and philosophy and personally puts together their extensive contemporary art collections.

"As for the added lifestyle benefits, no other development in Amman can boast such a wide range of services including hotel-style lobbies with a dedicated 24-hour concierge, car valet services, dedicated underground parking and car wash, hair and beauty services, CCTC throughout the building and much more," noted Audeh.

To top it all is the stunning rooftop leisure area, a private resort-style retreat with an infinity pool, fire pit lounges, bars, dining areas and private cabanas with stunning views of the city, he added.

Campbell Gray Living Amman also offers premium office space as well as serviced offices which benefit from state-of-the-art meeting rooms, an independent reception lobby, dedicated underground parking, building management and more.

Hosting a unique mix of exciting boutiques, cafes and restaurants, Campbell Gray Living has over 4,200 sq m of exclusive premium retail space that will transform the luxury lifestyle scene in Amman.

The development will also include the five-star hotel, Campbell Gray Amman, which will be completed in 2019. This comes as an addition to Campbell Gray Hotels and can be accessed by residents via a private underground tunnel.

All the hotel’s facilities including the exclusive rooftop pool, meeting spaces, ballroom, gourmet restaurants, spa and the private club lounge will be open to residents.

Savills International, one of the world's leading residential real estate companies, is acting as exclusive sales agent for this truly spectacular development.-TradeArabia News Service

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