DIFC’s Central Park Towers attracts more international corporations
Central Park Towers, a contemporary urban business and lifestyle destination within the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), has been strong in attracting more businesses to its development due to unparalleled positioning and offerings.
The 180,000 sq ft leased in 2019 included PetroChina, one of China’s leading oil and gas providers, MetLife, one of the region’s largest insurance companies and Saudi Telecom, a leading provider of technology services for businesses and organizations worldwide, all have chosen Central Park Towers due to its accessibility, high spec offerings, and amenities all for great value for money in DIFC.
DIFC has recently been making headlines in the news following newly implemented laws to attract more business sectors and corporations to its hub. This paired with the location of Central Park Towers with it’s easy accessibility from both Sheikh Zayed Road and Al Khalil Road; where less traffic congestion is experienced, makes for an attractive choice for corporate business office space in the city’s financial centre.
Nemo Stojanovic, Manager Commercial Leasing, Arady Developments, said: “We are pleased with our success from 2019 attracting big international firms such as PetroChina International, Metlife, Huxley Associates Global, Saudi Telecom to Central Park Towers. Being the largest single owned office development in DIFC means that we can provide efficient management and stability within a secure working environment. Our unmatched offerings and location, makes a desirable destination for business to flourish.”
Central Park Towers supports a pleasant work life balance offering a variety of convenient service retail and dining options such as Spinneys, Barry’s Boot Camp, British Orchard Nursery, Fogo de Chao, Starbucks and more.
New tenants which arrived in 2019, are in good company, along with some long standing corporations including the UAE Ministry of Economy, Federal Tax Authority, Marriott Hotels International, Bank of Singapore, State Street Global Advisers and Merck Serono Middle East.