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Julphar Towers - RAK Properties - Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates

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The ultimate business and residential address in Ras Al Khaimah. The Julfar Twin Towers consists of one office tower and one residential tower complemented by extensive facilities. The residential spaces at Julfar Towers are a bold new interpretation of urban living today. They capture the dynamism and the grand scale of city life. Perfect for an enjoyable lifestyle and convenient business, Julfar Towers will provide an ultramodern lifestyle of luxury, convenience and much more. The office tower is designed to complement the lifestyle of the progressive executive. Nature lovers can also enjoy strolls along the mangroves, the creek and the beaches just minutes away from the towers.

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