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Old May 7th, 2008, 11:02 PM   #41
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City Sport is an amazing project !
They will finish him when? In 2016-2020 i think?
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Old May 8th, 2008, 12:24 AM   #42
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City Sport is an amazing project !
They will finish him when? In 2016-2020 i think?

It is slated for completion in 2012 however i think that 2013-2014 would be a more realistic goal

They had to wait for the parliaments approuval first hopefully the construction will begin in June 2008.

The finals renders should be available soon I can't wait to see the whole project !
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Old May 14th, 2008, 12:55 AM   #43
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Old May 14th, 2008, 01:13 AM   #44
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Old May 14th, 2008, 01:17 AM   #45
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Old May 14th, 2008, 01:20 AM   #46
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Old May 14th, 2008, 01:48 AM   #47
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WoW Tunesia is stunning, there is a real boom up at there!

Spectacular projects with enormous potentials in the near future!
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Old May 14th, 2008, 02:35 AM   #48
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Old May 14th, 2008, 11:36 PM   #49
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WoW Tunesia is stunning, there is a real boom up at there!

Spectacular projects with enormous potentials in the near future!
Yes indeed lately tunisia joined the emrgeing economies with as you mentionned enornmous potentials .
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Old May 14th, 2008, 11:46 PM   #50
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wow, some stunning projects coming up in Tunis. would have to keep abreast with the developments here.
thanks for sharing
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Old May 15th, 2008, 12:55 AM   #51
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No Probs SN101 i <ll keep posting..this is just the beginning for Tunis !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old May 15th, 2008, 04:38 PM   #52
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i sure hope it is, the future looks bright for the country!
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Old May 16th, 2008, 09:16 PM   #53
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Tunis Sport City | U-C| in french : new renders !!

Bukhatir présente son projet à la presse tunisienne
Deux ans pour que la fiction devienne réalité


Il n’aura pas beaucoup parlé, mais sa présence à Tunis est, à elle seule, très significative.
L’homme d’affaires émirati (originaire de Sharjah) Abdulrahman Bukhatir était à Tunis ce matin, vendredi 16 mai 2008, pour une conférence de presse à laquelle ont été conviés tous les médias de la Tunisie et d’ailleurs et différentes institutions de renommée internationale et de secteurs variés (Sports, finances, BTP…). Une conférence pour présenter son méga projet de cinq milliards de dollars qui sera érigé du côté des Berges du Lac (Nord de Tunis) sur les route jouxtant la GP 9 menant à la Marsa et celle menant vers le Kram.

De la conférence, on retiendra ce film présentant Tunis Sports City et le projet résidentiel Cedar qui représente la première phase de l’ambitieux projet. Un projet s’étendant sur 13 hectares et jouxtant un terrain de golf de 18 trous homologué par la fort prestigieuse académie britannique PGA.
Le film ressemble plutôt à une œuvre de science fiction. Selon le représentant du Groupe, tout ce que le film a montré sera une réalité que les Tunisiens verront naître peu à peu dans les prochaines semaines.

Cedar est une résidence comprenant 49 grandes villas et villas de luxe (entre 300 m² et 500 m²), deux villages résidentiels et dix immeubles de 20 étages dont les appartements (jusqu’à 200 m²) sont dotés de l’ensemble des aménagements modernes répondant à l’attente des résidents les plus exigeants.
Ce projet, selon Bukhatir, sera réalisé en deux ans à compter du commencement des travaux prévus prochainement. A noter que Cedar n’est que la première phase du méga projet.
Ceux qui doivent s’occuper d’une partie des travaux ont été déjà sélectionnés et prévoient des bâtiments prenant en considération l’économie d’énergie et la durabilité des bâtiments.

Concernant la partie sportive, Bukhatir a déjà conclu des partenariats. Outre la PGA pour le golf et la World Hockey pour le hockey, il y a l’Olympique de Marseille (dont les représentants étaient dans la tribune, face à M. Bukhatir) qui entend apporter toute son expertise de conseil à la conception d’un centre de football moderne et performant. Les responsables de l’OM aideront ainsi Tunis Sports City à élaborer des programmes d’entraînements de haut niveau à l’attention de tous les participants.
D’après les responsables de Bukhatir, on entend faire profiter la jeunesse tunisienne de ce projet que ce soit pour le sport ou pour les logements. Des partenariats financiers ont ainsi été conclus avec des banques tunisiennes pour que nos jeunes puissent accéder aux propriétés de Tunis Sports City. Il s’agit de la Biat, de l’ATB, d’Amen Bank, BH et d’Attijari Bank.

M. Ahmed El Karm, DG de l’AB était aux côtés de M. Bukhatir, et a prononcé un long speech. Un speech dont nous ne retiendrons qu’une chose : sa banque entend profiter de l’opportunité que lui présente le géant émirati. Alors que le représentant de Bukhatir parlait de faire accéder nos jeunes à la propriété dans Tunis Sports City, M. El Karm ne nous parlera ni des crédits avantageux qu’il compte octroyer, ni le public que sa banque visera.
Espérons que l’ATB (la banque qui se veut celle des jeunes), la BIAT ou Attijari (qui tiennent à être modernes en épousant leur époque) soient plus explicites à ce sujet.

Il est clair que ce projet ne sera vraiment une réalité pour les Tunisiens que s’il y a des Tunisiens qui y habitent. Au vu du standing proposé par les maquettes, et au vu des salaires moyens, on ne voit pour le moment qu’une certaine classe très aisée (et limitée dans le nombre) capable d’y être ! L’engagement réel des banques est donc nécessaire pour que le film de Bukhatir se transforme en réalité pour les Tunisiens..










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Old May 17th, 2008, 01:23 AM   #54
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Final RENDERS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here is the whole project, the renders are AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The other proposed renders and masterplan were declined . These are the final and approuved renders .

The first phase wich is called the Cedar Village will includes the golf course plus one portion of the residential area and 10 residential towers of 20 floors each .

The constructions starts this week!!!!!!!!!


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Old May 17th, 2008, 04:20 AM   #55
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Superb...I may use Cedar village as my honeymoon destination
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Old May 19th, 2008, 02:05 AM   #56
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Superb...I may use Cedar village as my honeymoon destination
Tunisia is well known for it,s vast touristic offers .. there are already amzing touristic complex .

We welcomed 6,5 millions of toursits last year . we are only 10 millions

You can find a lot of informations in this website :http://www.tourismtunisia.co.uk/
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Old May 21st, 2008, 11:56 PM   #57
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 08:00 PM   #58
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Old May 23rd, 2008, 11:09 PM   #59
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This new area will have an ultramodern center and towers dozens of floors high, home to both offshore company offices and headquarters as well as luxury residences with commercial mega centers and one or two leading hotels. A highlight of the initiative is a striking marina and around the yachting slips will be luxury residential buildings, tourism establishments and upscale leisure facilities like restaurants, cafes, etc.

Beyond the central area, to the south, land will be developed for luxury housing and cultural and sporting complexes, with plenty of greenery. The ultimate goal is to make Tunis a busy economic platform for regional activities and an active, prosperous upscale financial and service center, a prime site for the convention trade and medical tourism, and a crossroads between Europe, the Middle East and Africa .

Impact on growth

Construction of this area, which will last a minimum of 10 years, will after two years of technical and economic studies have generated at least 8000 to 9000 jobs. Once the area is operational, there will be 130,000 permanent jobs created directly or indirectly. Economists estimate additional GDP growth of 0.6% per annum as a result of this program, representing 10% of projections for the 11th Plan (6% of annual GDP growth).

Projects related to the overall building of this area will cover 26 million square meters, an average of 2.6 million covered square meters a year. This compares to 5 million square meters of housing a year being built at this time. This project will therefore increase by 50% national initiatives in the sector, involving a 50% increase in potential industrial production of building materials















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This is the video promo made by Sama Dubai for the Mediteranean Gate !!!

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