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Hidd Al Saadiyat villa project on track

Abu Dhabi, February 3, 2014

About 80 per cent of coastal work and 35 per cent of infrastructure work have been completed at the Hidd Al Saadiyat development on Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi.

The construction of the villas is expected to be completed in 2016, said Mounir Haidar from Abu Dhabi-based Saadiyat Development and Investment Company (SDIC), the developer of the project.

The development extends on a land area covering over 1.5 million sq m with nearly seven km of waterfront.

It will consist of 450 villas, commercial centres, resorts, retails, apartments, beach clubs and other amenities.

 “Hidd Al Saadiyat is a project of passion for the owner and management team of SDIC. It’s an opportunity for us to create a uniquely planned beachfront community for Abu Dhabi,” said Haidar.

“Till date, more than 60 per cent of the villas have been sold. All necessary official approvals have been secured and construction is proceeding as planned,” he said.

“The villas at Hidd Al Saadiyat strongly appeal to families residing in Abu Dhabi who are looking for a resort-style, tranquil ambiance and island living within minutes for Abu Dhabi city. There is a range of open spaces and green corridors that will allow residents much welcomed direct access to the beach. Another definite advantage is a flexible design option for buyers to customise villas to meet their individual tastes and preferences.” - TradeArabia News Service




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