Tamouh to showcase marina development
Abu Dhabi, April 15, 2010
Tamouh, the Abu Dhabi-based master developer, will showcase its 66-acre, mixed-use Marina Square development on Reem Island at an upcoming real estate event in Abu Dhabi.
Tamouh will also feature City of Lights, Meena Plaza and Danat Gateway projects during its fourth consecutive participation at Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2010, running from April 18 to 21 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Tamouh’s focus in this edition of the event is to highlight a gamut of offerings for ultimate home owners at the Marina Square development, a statement said.
The real estate leader will use the platform of the international real estate exhibition to engage Marina Square home owners by sharing helpful insights that will guide them through the process of moving into and decorating their new residences at Marina Square.
Through the interactive process, home owners will acquire know-how on ways to maximise the benefits offered by the state-of-the-art architectural design and home-automation facilities that the apartments come equipped with, according to the statement.
Senior representatives from Tamouh’s marketing, project management and customer service teams will address queries pertaining to community living, construction progress, delivery timelines and handover processes.
Home owners in the Marina Square development will have the opportunity to meet with interior designers, gain new ideas from Tamouh’s specially made interior design handbook and choose a design format that appeals to their individual taste.
Tamouh is scheduled to commence delivering homes in the Marina Square development from May to June 2010 to the commercial investors, who will then manage the handover to ultimate homeowners.
“The delivery of the Marina Square will be led by a dedicated team to ensure the seamless handover of a project that has generated significant anticipation and enthusiasm amidst our stakeholders and ultimate home owners,” said Joe Ong, managing director of Tamouh.
Samia Bouazza, marketing director of Tamouh, said: “We aim to emphasize Marina Square’s potential to contribute to a high quality and exclusive lifestyle in Abu Dhabi with the addition of the two-level shopping arcade, complimented with diverse entertainment, hospitality and exclusive retail outlets, a marina and a cineplex.”
Marina Square will house more than 8,500 residents and have 6,550 parking bays on its built-up space of more than 827,000 sq m.
The mixed-use development will offer a selection of residential units including studios, one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments, town houses and villas, while also featuring gourmet restaurants, luxury retail outlets, a boutique mall and a five-star hotel. – TradeArabia News Service
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