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Structure works for Mamsha Al Saadiyat completed

Abu Dhabi-based Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) announced that all concrete groundwork for the Mamsha Al Saadiyat project has been laid, with the structure for all buildings complete

The Mamsha Al Saadiyat project.
The Mamsha Al Saadiyat project.

Abu Dhabi-based Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) announced that all concrete groundwork for the Mamsha Al Saadiyat project has been laid, with the structure for all buildings complete.

The Mamsha Al Saadiyat project in Abu Dhabi will feature 7,802m2 of retail and dining floor space, spread across nine medium-rise residential towers.

Of the 461 units available, 414 are apartments or lofts with one to four bedrooms or five-bedroom duplex penthouses, measuring between 106m2 and 454m2 in size. The remaining 47 units are townhouses, whose size ranges from approximately 227m2 to 315m2. 

Amna Alalkeem Al Zaabi, project manager, Mamsha Al Saadiyat, said: "The development of Mamsha Al Saadiyat is in line with the schedule and we’re aiming for it to be delivered in 2018. Due to the increased demand for the project, we have released residential units in the new Azure 1 building."

Al Zaabi added: “The project has attracted a large number of residents and investors due to its unique location, stunning beachfront views and world-class facilities, enhancing our reputation for the development of residential complexes that are well received by investors and residents."

 

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