Dubai housing authority completes 500 units

Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment has built 500 residential properties in Dubai

MRHE completed 500 residential units in Q3 2018.
MRHE completed 500 residential units in Q3 2018.

The Mohammed bin Rashid Housing Establishment (MRHE) has completed the construction of 500 residential units in Dubai.

All of the units have been built under modern specifications and are compliant with green and sustainable building codes.

Located in the Oud Al Muteena neighborhood, MRHE expects to hand over the units in September, as part of an initiative backed by Ruler of Abu Dhabi, President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

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Executive director of MRHE, Sami Abdullah Gargash, said the house-building initiative had helped to elevate social and economic living conditions for UAE citizens. 

He added that a partnership between HH Sheikh Khalifa and the MRHE could "transform the housing sector" in the country and deliver homes that UAE residents could be proud to live in.

The 500 residential units in Oud Al Muteena, he said, are classified as "grant residences". 

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