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Al Hamra awards contract to build Bayti Townhomes

Al Karmel Building Construction LLC chosen to lead project

Al Hamra Village.
Al Hamra Village.

UAE-based Al Karmel Building Construction LLC has been awarded the contract to build 118 three and four bed townhomes within the Al Hamra Village in Ras Al Khaimah.

Known as Bayti – meaning ‘my home’ in Arabic – the development is home to a community of families representing over 60 different nationalities and is the latest addition to the Al Hamra portfolio.

Situated at the heart of the Al Hamra Village, Bayti will provide a gated community environment within a golf and beach development. Residents will be able to enjoy swimming pools and parks, and will have access to a championship golf course, marina, shopping mall, and conference and wedding facilities.

Over 1,000 villas and townhomes at Al Hamra Village have been completely sold out and delivered to homeowners.

And it is hoped the addition of 118 Bayti Townhomes will address the surge in demand for quality homes in the Northern Emirates.

Construction work is due to commence this month and Bayti is scheduled for completion by the end of 2015.

Benoy Kurien, general manager of Al Hamra Real Estate Development, said: “We are delighted to announce Al Karmel as the contractors to develop our latest venture at Al Hamra Village. We’re in an extremely strong position and Bayti will help us add a new dimension to what we are currently able to offer potential buyers.

“We have developed an all-encompassing community that has every amenity you could possibly want right on your doorstep. Bayti will not only meet those needs, it will also provide quality interiors within a sustainable environment.”

"Bayti will utilise some of the latest advances in sustainable construction. From energy efficient structures and insolated walls, to solar heated water tanks and energy efficient water tanks. We are looking at every feasible technology to make these homes sustainable while providing great value to homeowners."

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