LAHORE: Zameen.com — Pakistan’s largest real estate enterprise — recently laid the foundation stone for the development of the Edge Mall in Faisalabad. The inauguration event was attended by Zameen.com Senior Director Sales (Central) Sheikh Shuja-Ullah Khan, Director Project Sales (Central) Muzzafar Majeed, and Regional Sales Manager (Faisalabad) Asad Saleem, while Chairman GO Petroleum and Sitara Heights Khalid Riaz, Director GO Petroleum Bilal Ansari, Director Sitara Heights Tahir Iqbal, and Project Director Sitara Heights Mazhar Abbas were also present on the occasion.
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The Edge Mall is a state-of-the-art project that will feature commercial outlets, offices, apartments and hotel suites. When combined with its prime location on Sargodha Road in Faisalabad and easy instalment plans, these factors make the project a worthwhile investment for serious buyers.
While speaking to the media, Senior Director Sales (Central) Sheikh Shuja-Ullah Khan stated that Zameen.com was pleased to launch a new project in such an ideal location on Sargodha Road in Faisalabad — with a focus on providing the project’s residents with a good return on their investment and a peaceful place to live. He further said that the demand for high rise developments was on the rise in the city and that this would prove to be beneficial for the local real estate sector in the future.
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Sitara Heights Project Director Mazhar Abbas also took the opportunity to address the attendees at the event, and said that Faisalabad’s property market was essential to the country’s real estate industry; especially since the demand for property was quite high and the buyers seemed to take an interest in the latest projects being launched in the city. He said that his company had acquired the services of Zameen.com to launch the Edge Mall in Faisalabad and that the project’s incredible facilities would make it the most prominent high-rise in the city.