Abu Dhabi’s Mamsha Al Saadiyat works ‘22% complete’

Date: 16 Feb 2017

Mixed-use development has completed construction of basement and podium, work on upper levels has begun, TDIC says


Abu Dhabi Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) has said it has achieved a significant milestone at its beachfront Mamsha Al Saadiyat project, which has achieved 22% completion of development works.

The mixed-use development is located at the heart of Saadiyat Cultural District, which is a cultural hub with several international museums, such as Zayed National Museum, Louvre Abu Dhabi and Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.

The Mamsha Al Saadiyat project incorporates nine low-rise buildings with a total number of 461 units, ranging from one-to-four bedrooms. The apartments vary between 110sqm and 450sqm. The project also offers loft apartments, a statement from TDIC added.

Nine penthouse units with an average size of 1,050sqm are also available within the development.

Mamsha Al Saadiyat is connected to a 1.4km promenade with dedicated walking and cycling paths and direct access to the beach, playgrounds and residential and visitors parking areas.

TDIC said that construction work is progressing according to the pre-set schedule, and will be completed by the second half of 2018. The project is being built through a joint venture between San Jose Contracting and Pivot Engineering and General Contracting.

The $340 million contract was awarded in April 2016, following a competitive tendering process.

“It is inspiring to witness the rapid development works of Mamsha Al Saadiyat, being executed in line with the pre-set schedule and a completion date set for completion during the second half of 2018,” said Sufian H Al Marzooqi, TDIC’s chief executive.

“Mamsha Al Saadiyat enjoys a strategic location with unparalleled views to the Saadiyat Cultural District, a key attraction for investors looking to own unique residential units in the Capital.”

Marzooqi added that the construction of the basement and podium has been completed, with work now ongoing on the upper floors of the buildings. TDIC is monitoring and supervising all the development phases of the project to ensure timely execution, the developer added.

“We are working closely with our contractors to ensure work completion in line with the highest standards,” stated Amna Alalkeem Al Zaabi, the project manager for Mamsha Al Saadiyat at TDIC.

“Mamsha Al Saadiyat enjoys unique luxurious picturesque views, overlooking the seashore and a close proximity to the Cultural District Museums, which differentiates it from any other residential projects in the region. It’s a unique and promising investment opportunity, and we are anticipating strong interest from the local and international investors,” she explained.

Credit: meconstructionnews.com

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