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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:19 PM   #1061
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DUBAI MOTOR CITY (Autodrome)





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Two-phase Motor City project set for completion in 2015-end


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National Properties, a subsidiary of National Bonds Corporation, has signed an agreement with Union Properties to develop an upscale project at the Green Community in Motor City.

Under the agreement, National Properties will develop the integrated project in two phases that will include high-end homes and luxury villas. Work on the project is set to begin in the second quarter of 2014 and is expected to be completed in end 2015. Opportunities to purchase individual units and invest in the project will be announced later this year.

The agreement was signed by Mohammed Qasim Al Ali, General Manager of National Properties, and Ahmad Khalaf Al Marri, General Manager of Union Properties at the National Bonds Headquarters.

The first phase of the project will focus on the construction of 78 luxury villas that will spread across an area of 330,000 sq ft, while the second phase will include 74 luxury villas and 58 apartments (two and three bedrooms) across six floors spanning 425,000 sq ft.

Mohammed Qasim Al Ali, General Manager of National Properties, said: “We are confident that our strategic agreement with Union Properties to develop a quality project will complement the vision and objectives of the Green Community in Motor City. This project will in turn help reiterate our vision to deliver high-end real estate on par with international standards right here in Dubai, while diversifying our current portfolio of real estate between yield generating assets and development projects such as this one.

Al Ali added: “National Properties will focus on innovative design in this project that reflects upscale modern living and is consistent with the aspirations and developments of a contemporary Dubai. The real estate sector is a one of the key growth areas of focus for National Bonds Corporation that is today a trusted household name for more than 700,000 regular savers in the region.”

Ahmad Khalaf Bin Touq Al Marri, General Manager for Union Properties said: “The agreement with National Properties underlines our strategic goals that are consistent with the economic growth Dubai is currently witnessing. We strive to build and strengthen customer trust by offering superlative quality in our project and service offerings. Union Properties is distinguished by its six core business principles that include quality, service, and creativity, attention to detail, trust and diversity. We passionately believe in our work motto that focuses on development for a better life.”

Al Marri added: "This collaboration consolidates a year of significant milestones for Union Properties, which at the end of 2013 topped the trading platform at the Dubai Financial Markets. The recent significant boost in the real estate market is a strong indicator of the beginning of a new era of sustainable growth in the country."

National Properties is a subsidiary of National Bonds Corporation and was established in 2007. The company has till date implemented a number of prestigious projects such as Skycourt Towers and the Andalucía Collection villas at Dubai Land.
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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:20 PM   #1062
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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:23 PM   #1063
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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:30 PM   #1066
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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:35 PM   #1067
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DUBAI CREEK EXTENSION (AKA DUBAI CANAL)

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Initial digging on Dh2 billion Dubai creek extension project starts

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Published: 21:00 December 26, 2013

A huge chunk of parking area at the eastern end of Safa Park has also been closed and additional parking spaces at an adjacent vacant plot are being provided.

“We are currently scanning for the underground cables and pipelines. Workers have begun digging to find the cables and water pipelines as well as sewage lines. Our idea is to shift the cables and pipelines from the area before we start excavation for the canal,” said the official on condition of anonymity.

The three-kilometre long project will connect the already extended creek from Business Bay area all they way to Jumeirah beach, cutting through Sheikh Zayed Road, Safa Park, Al Wasl Road and Jumeirah Beach Road.

Work on the canal is being undertaken through three separate tenders, one of which is for a 16-lane bridge on Sheikh Zayed road. Another tender will be issued for the two six-lane bridges over Al Wasl Road and Jumeirah Beach Road, and the tender number three will be to develop the canal.

Though, the early moves for the development of canal are being made, work on Sheikh Zayed Road project will begin at a later stage.

According to the official, the construction on Sheikh Zayed road will begin after elaborate traffic diversion plans are put in place.

“We will make sure there will not be any disruption to traffic. We will begin work on the flyover that will come over the canal on Sheikh Zayed only after making sure the diversion plan is smooth,” said the official, without giving furthers details on the planned detour.

The bridge on Sheikh Zayed Road will be almost a kilometre long and will raise up to 8.5 metres allowing luxury yachts and boats to pass through. A number of marine transport stations as well as jetties will dot at various locations along both sides of the creek, enhancing water transport services in the city.


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And so it begins

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Well this pic is promising...it's just a shame safa park always shrinks...

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Where I live (red box).. Not sure if I will be here 3 years from now or not

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Old January 30th, 2014, 08:59 PM   #1068
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Couldn't upload these all earlier, internet to slow on Sheraton Beach

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DAMAC RESIDENZE, 84F Res, 335m











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DREAM TOWER, 43F, Res

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That render looks so real. Amazing!
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Old February 2nd, 2014, 02:46 AM   #1077
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Thanks so much el palmesano for sorting out these updates. I know you can check these projects on the Dubai forum, but seeing how much is on-hold is depressing Nice to see a overview of the projects that are U/C.
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Old February 2nd, 2014, 04:33 PM   #1078
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well, even there are lot of projects on hold, is not strange. Dubai is a city of 2 millions, not of 15 millions, and all the projects that are on hold are because there are too many projects on going for a city of it's size, that is amazing, so we should talk about that

I don't understand why people from the UAE forum don't share what is happening in dubai and abu dhabi with all of us haha

It took me lot of time to find all that haha
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DUBAI CREEK HARBOR
Enormous project in the creek zone. The landmarks will be a 500m Twin Towers.



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The Opera District
Its located in the Downtown and it will have an opera and a Modern art museum, surrounded by tall towers.


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