Mayadeen to launch Aurora, Dari projects
Abu Dhabi, April 18, 2009
National Ranges Company (Mayadeen), a listed Kuwaiti shareholding company, is set to launch its flagship projects - Aurora and Dari - at the Abu Dhabi Cityscape 2009.
Mayadeen CEO Nasser Ali Al-Attar said this was Mayadeen’s first participation in Cityscape Abu Dhabi.
'We expect that our participation in this exhibition will be very distinguished, highlighted by the launch of our flagship projects – Aurora and Dari located in Shams Abu Dhabi on Al-Reem Island,” he commented.
“It is our strategy to be present and accessible for our customers and this event is an ideal opportunity for us to meet them personally, and share our new projects first hand,” he noted.
Aurora is a mixed use development comprised of two 53 storey residential towers, a 14 storey commercial office tower and retail commercial space set around a canal promenade and sunset terrace.
Dari consists of two high-rise residential towers reaching more than 200m, 56 levels, in height, in addition to a ten storey commercial office tower.
With a total of 1,875 residential units; each of the four residential towers comprises apartments ranging from1 - 4 bedrooms, with features including deluxe and duplex apartments.
The two projects will be complemented with entertainment venues, restaurants, coffee shops and specialty boutiques. The combined size of the lands is 21,231sq/m, with total gross floor area of 350,000 sq/m.
Aurora and Dari share an advanced automated parking system which saves space, providing a total 3221 “smart parking” spaces, and an additional 194 standard parks for people living, working or visiting the towers.
Al Attar said the initial phase of shoring and piling work was complete and the company was currently in preparation for the second phase, which will include the foundation structure and MEP work. The project is scheduled for completion by end of 2011.
“Mayadeen has signed with five contractors for this project and progress is on schedule. This is in line with Mayadeen’s strategy to not launch or sell a project until contractors have been signed and the construction work is well on its way,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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