Cityscape AD: Al Qudra launches new tower project
Al Sadu Towers in Abu Dhabi preserves the Emirati heritage and is in line with the development vision of the Emirate and Al Qudra’s vision for innovation
Abu Dhabi-based developer Al Qudra Real Estate launched its new project, Al Sadu Towers during Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2016.
Mohammed Bin Thaaloob Al Darei, chairman of Al Qudra Holding, said: “We are proud to be part of Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2016, which was well organised and received an overwhelming number of visitors this year. This reflects the strong demand and increased activity in Abu Dhabi’s real estate market.
"In addition, Al Qudra’s pavilion was a must-visit point for all visitors at the exhibition, who expressed their appreciation to the showcased projects that met their needs. Being a national leader, we aim to preserve our ancestral Emirati heritage through our modern projects, and strive to contribute in creating a wider horizon of investment in various fields”.
Al Qudra is developing new project concepts with specifications in terms of location and design. Projects include Al Sadu Towers in Abu Dhabi, which preserves the Emirati heritage and is in line with the development vision of the capital.
Al Sadu Towers is a luxurious residential and commercial development comprising five towers, embodying comfort and quality of life with all its world-class facilities.
The design concept of the five towers is inspired by one of the oldest traditional forms of weaving practiced by Emirati women in rural communities, which was listed in UNESCO intangible cultural heritage list.
Al Sadu Towers also offers 1,360 luxurious apartments, with parking facilities that accommodates about 1,700 vehicles, and around 9,000 squares of luxury shops and several food and beverage outlets.
The vertical lines interlocking with horizontal lines reflect the intricate patterns that are used in creating the famous UAE carpets. It shapes the enclosure of the towers that spells down and out to generate the podium skin creating a sophisticated veil that wraps the entire structure of the towers.