Musanada completes $419m villa project
Abu Dhabi, October 28, 2013
Abu Dhabi General Services Company (Musanada) said it has completed the construction work at the Dh1.541 billion (419.3 million) Watani residential development project that will provide over 700 villas to UAE nationals.
The project, which has been completed in two phases, will be delivered by Musanada to the Abu Dhabi Municipality in preparation for the distribution of villas to the Emiratis.
Sorouh Real Estate initially began work on the first phase of the Watani project in April 2010, with work on the second phase commencing in December of the same year.
The project was completed in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council, before the overseeing of the implementation of the project was ultimately handed to Musanada. The project was then pursued successfully and completed by Musanada on schedule, said a statement from the Abu Dhabi company.
The project, which has been implemented for the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince's Court, occupies a total area of approximately 71.7 hectares, in the totality of its two phases. It is located in Khalifa City A neighbouring the Abu Dhabi city, it added.
Ali Al Haj Al Mehairbi, the executive director for Buildings and Project Management Services at Musanada, said the Watani project comes within the framework of the utmost attention and continued support of its wise leadership, which is keen to provide the UAE nationals with adequate housing, furnished with all basic necessities for them to enjoy comfort and tranquillity.
The first phase of the project, spread over an area of 43 hectares, includes 303 villas built at a total cost of Dh761 million, including infrastructure, he stated.
“Each villa consists of two floors, and includes 4 or 5 bedrooms, in addition to a Majlis and other services, such as kitchens, bathrooms, garages, maids’ rooms, and other basic necessities for the average Emirati family," explained Al Mehairbi.
The second phase the project, spread over an area of 28.7 hectares, comprisies 400 villas built at a total cost of Dh780 million, including infrastructure.
Al Mehairbi said by virtue of its location in Khalifa City A, the Watani project will enable its residents to benefit from the basic facilities and services available in the area, such as schools, clinics, shops, mosques, and other public facilities.-TradeArabia News Service
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