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Old January 14th, 2007, 02:04 PM   #81
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Saadiyat project may be scaled back

Lee Tabler, CEO of Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), has said that some of the plans for the Saadiyat Island development – the emirate’s ambitious new cultural district – may be abandoned due to uncertainty over budgets.

The total cost of the entire island project, which is funded by the Abu Dhabi government and enabled by the TDIC, is thought to be around $27bn.

But Tabler did not recognise this figure and told ArabianBusiness.com that no actual budget has been set by the government, and that some of the proposed plans could be abandoned.



“Some things may fall out – we don’t know,” said Tabler. “We don’t know what the cost of the museums will be. For buildings such as these, there is a premium per square metre on normal office buildings.”

Five museums and galleries are planned for the island, including the world’s largest Guggenheim gallery.

Tabler did acknowledge that Abu Dhabi is in talks with the French authorities about opening an outpost of the Louvre gallery, but refused to confirm the assertion made by the French ambassador to the UAE, who recently said that negotiations would be completed soon. The agreement between the UAE and French governments is thought to be worth around $800m-$1bn.

“We are in discussions with the Louvre; the ambassador is involved in that – not very closely involved, although he might like to think so.”

The plans have drawn objections from campaigners, who claim that France is "selling its soul" in agreeing to sign over some of its cultural heritage as a "commercial interest". A website, which is blocked by the UAE authorities, has been petitioning against this.

Tabler did confirm that, were an agreement to be reached, the Louvre museum would be in the ‘Classical Museum’ that will be on the island. “If we do a deal, yes, that’s where it will be,” he said.

A design for the museum by French architect Jean Nouvel was unveiled last week at an event in Abu Dhabi. Plans for the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi by Frank Gehry were also put on show.

Saadiyat – which translates from Arabic as ‘Island of Happiness’ – is a 27 sq km island 500 metres offshore from Abu Dhabi city. It is being developed under the direction of the Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) as a flagship initiative in the emirate’s economic diversification.
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Old February 3rd, 2007, 01:04 PM   #83
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What the ****? One day after they announce it, they take it back?
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Siemens wins AED600 million contract from TRANSCO to build high voltage substation on Saadiyat Island

Siemens has signed an AED600 million turnkey contract with TRANSCO (Abu Dhabi Transmission and Despatch Company) to build a 400kV high voltage substation on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi.


(L-R): Rudi Lamprecht (Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG), David Copestake (Managing Director of TRANSCO), Chancellor Merkel, HH Sheikha Lubna Al Qassimi (UAE Minister of Economy), Minister Glos, Peter Fuchs (CEO of Siemens LLC), Wolfgang Braun (Head of Siemens Power Transmission & Distribution at Siemens LLC).

The contract was signed by David Copestake, Managing Director, TRANSCO and Peter Fuchs, Chief Executive Officer, Siemens LLC. Also attending the signing ceremony was Her Excellency Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor and Her Highness Sheikha Lubna Al Qassimi, UAE's Minister for Economy.

The substation will provide the electrical supply for the Saadiyat Island development. Work on executing the project started at the end of December 2006, with the energisation of the project expected to be completed in 2008.

Saadiyat Island is a natural island measuring 27 square kilometres and located 500 meters off mainland Abu Dhabi. The island will be transformed into a tourism destination in three phases, with the final completion date set for 2018. By then, Saadiyat will house around 150,000 residents in 8,000 private houses, 38,000 apartments and 29 hotels offering over 7,000 rooms.

The total development on the island will be spread over six districts and is a cornerstone to Abu Dhabi's plans to develop tourism in the Emirate. Abu Dhabi currently sees almost one million tourists annually and expects to boost the number to three million by 2015.

The island's infrastructure alone will cost an estimated AED5.5 billion (USD1.5 billion). The substation will be the first of these projects and poses some unique challenges.

'One of our initial issues to solve will be the logistics of moving very large equipment to the island,' said Peter Fuchs, CEO of Siemens LLC. 'Saadiyat Island is a remarkable project, both for its scope and the nature of the development itself. We are very excited to be part of bringing this vision to reality.'
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its a good thing thier finally making this island urban. abu dhabi island is getting way to conjusted.
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6.5 kilometre Saadiyat link construction imminent


Abu Dhabi's TDIC awards USD550M Saadiyat Island infrastructure contract to Australia's Leighton International.



Saadiyat Island bridge.


Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), the asset development arm of the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA), has awarded a USD550 million (AED 2.1 billion) infrastructure construction contract for the 27 square kilometre Saadiyat Island offshore the UAE capital to Leighton International, part of Australia's largest project development and contracting group - Leighton Group.

The award includes the construction of the 6.5 kilometre, Saadiyat Link road which will connect the Shahama district to Saadiyat Island, transverse the island and connect to the 10-lane Saadiyat Bridge which is already under construction from Abu Dhabi's Mina Zayed area.

Construction of the Saadiyat Link, which includes five lanes in each direction, is to commence later this month with completion due in September 2009.

'Leighton International was selected in a competitive bid after demonstrating long-term commitment to Abu Dhabi and the wider region in terms of investment,' said Mubarak Al Muhairi, Director General ADTA and Managing Director TDIC.

'The contract represents one of the largest-scale civil infrastructure projects to be undertaken in the UAE capital and Leighton International clearly established its credentials as one of Asia and Arabian Gulf leading construction contractors with the financial resources and industry expertise to undertake a project of this scale.'

The contract award covers construction of Saadiyat Link and associated side roads; the main feeder road to the upmarket Saadiyat Beach district providing easy access to the planned five-star resorts and golf course; seven bridges with a total deck length of 1.6 kilometres; three tunnels; 10.7 kilometres of storm water drainage; 22.3 kilometres of sewerage systems; a 30 kilometre potable water network with a ground storage tank and pump station various mechanical and electrical works and installation of all utilities required to service Saadiyat Link and the Saadiyat Beach district including all hotels, residential developments and road systems.

Infrastructure works on Saadiyat Island are moving along apace with 10% of the main Saadiyat Bridge complete under a US $183.8 million (AED 670 million) contract award to a joint venture between German project construction powerhouse ED Zublin AG and the UAE's Saif Bin Darwish. It too is due for completion in summer 2009.

'When complete, these two major infrastructure developments will result in a 15-minute fast-track access from Abu Dhabi International Airport to Saadiyat Island and will link through to the Mina Zayed area,' said Lee Tabler, CEO, TDIC. 'The construction work which will shortly commence will be a visible demonstration of our commitment to ensure the timely delivery of this unique destination.'

Enabling works on Saadiyat Island began earlier this year, following a US$35 million (AED 128 million) contract award to Abu Dhabi's Al Jaber Group, which runs one of the UAE's largest contracting companies, and are due for completion by the year end. While Belgium's Jan De Nul has completed 20% of the US $222 million (AED815 million) bulk earth filling contract it was awarded to fill 35 cubic metres of earth to sculpt landform for enhanced vistas from the island's Marina, Beach and Cultural districts.

Saadiyat Island is being transformed into a world-class leisure, residential and cultural destination. The island, which the Wall Street Journal named one of the world's top 10 emerging 'trendy' destinations, will have the world's largest single cluster of world-class cultural assets including the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi contemporary art museum and the Louvre Abu Dhabi universal museum. As well as a number of five-star resorts, the island will also feature a Gary Player signature championship golf course - the Arabian Gulf's first 'ocean' course.

The transformation of Saadiyat Island into a signature international destination is TDIC's flagship project with development scheduled in three phases until completion in 2018.
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Let's hope the 100 meter bridge across the Maqta channel gets finished first!
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i just see that they are creating our world hotter and hotter... they lack sensitivity on landscape i think.... hummm
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Saadiyat Island to be a flag-ship project of the emirate







Saadiyat Island, better known as 'island of happiness', is a 27 Sq Kms natural island development, lying 500 kms off-Abu Dhabi coast, and the flagship development of the UAE Capital. The project, which is due for completion by 2018, is created based on an eco-sensitive philosophy with a special low-density masterplan.

Being a leading island destination, the Saadiyat will be a modern, integrated residential community, and will be home to 150,000 residents with a complete range of civic, cultural, leisure and tourism amenities. Two iconic causeways will link Abu Dhabi city to Saadiyat, one of which will operate a light rail system, and the other will be a bridge stretching 10kms, making it a five minute drive from the heart of downtown Abu Dhabi and Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Saadiyat will be developed around seven districts comprising 29 hotels, an iconic seven-star development, 3 marinas, mooring for 1000 yacths, 2 golf courses, arts and culture hub, and 19kms beachfront, apart from residential developments and leisure amenities.

Saadiyat will also be home to five major cultural institutions, designed so as to host international art and cultural fairs and events. The institutions are 'The Guggenheim Abu Dhabi', 'The Louvre Abu Dhabi', 'The Performing Arts Center', 'The Maritime Museum' and 'The Sheikh Zayed National Museum'. The cultural district of Saadiyat will also house an iconic seven star hotel, quayside, hotel accommodation, exclusive villas, hotel accommodation, green parks and retail opportunities and harbor.

Apart from the said, the Saadiyat Island will include the Saadiyat beach, the South beach and the Marina District.

Dr. Allen Greenspan, the Former Chairman of Board of Governors, Federal Reserve, USA made a visit to Abu Dhabi recently to attend an exhibition at Emirates Palace, devoted to Cultural District of Saadiyat Island. Dr. Greenspan was accompanied by HE Sheikh Sultan Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, the Chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority & Tourism Development & Investment Company, the company behind transforming the Saadiyat Island to a flagship cultural, leisure and residential destination.
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So is it sure that there will be "New Louvre"?
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Saadiyat Bridge in Abu Dhabi is 60% complete

Saadiyat Bridge in Abu Dhabi is 60% complete: The 10-lane Saadiyat Bridge which will link Abu Dhabi city with Saadiyat Island, the mega mixed use real estate development which lies 500 metres offshore the UAE capital is now 60% complete and is fast emerging as a major landmark in the emirate.

The bridge, one of the largest infrastructure projects currently under way in Abu Dhabi emirate which is easily accessible to Dubai, is being built by an ED Zublin AG/Saif Bin Darwish joint venture on behalf of Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), Abu Dhabi's leading tourism asset development and the name behind Saadiyat Island's transformation into a signature leisure, residential and cultural destination.



Under construction Saadiyat Bridge in Abu Dhabi

"We are well on course for targeted completion of the bridge in September next year well in advance of the planned opening of some key Saadiyat facilities, including some five-star resorts planned for Saadiyat Beach and the Saadiyat Beach Golf Course," said Lee Tabler, CEO, TDIC.

Set to become one of the world's great non-suspension bridges, the concrete span bridge, which has mid span of approximately 200 metres will connect Saadiyat Island with Abu Dhabi city from the Mina Zayed main port area creating a five-minute drive access between the two.

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التطوير والاستثمار السياحي» تدشن نشاطها بجزيرة السعديات




أطلقت شركة التطوير والاستثمار السياحي نشاطها في قطاع العقارات السكنية في وبدأت تلقي طلبات شراء وحدات المرحلة الأولى من الفلل السكنية الفاخرة في منطقة «شاطئ السعديات» ضمن جزيرة السعديات. وبدأت حاليا باستلام طلبات من الراغبين في الشراء ضمن «الحي الأول» من أصل سبعة أحياء سكنية تُحيط بـ «ملعب شاطئ السعديات للجولف» الذي صممه «جاري بلاير» الأول من نوعه في المنطقة الذي يتضمن حفرات مطلة مباشرة على الشاطئ.


وقال مبارك حمد المهيري العضو المنتدب لشركة التطوير والاستثمار السياحي ان هذه الخطوة تعتبر نقلة نوعية كبيرة في مراحل تطور مشروع «جزيرة السعديات»، مشيرا إلى أن «المرحلة الأولى» تُوفر فرصاً استثمارية لتملك فلل راقية ومنازل «تاون هاوس» تتراوح سعتها من ثلاث إلى سبع غرف نوم وسيتم تزويد بعض الفلل بمجموعة كبيرة من وسائل الرفاهية وأحدث التجهيزات التقنية والمرافق الترفيهية مثل جيمنازيوم خاص ومصعد داخلي وحوض سباحة وقاعة سينما وتُطرح هذه الوحدات للتملك الحر للمستثمرين من مواطني دولة الإمارات ودول مجلس التعاون الخليجي والتأجير لمدة 99 عاماً للمستثمرين من باقي الجنسيات.


وأشار إلى انه يمكن تسجيل الطلبات هاتفياً عبر مركز الاتصال بدءاً من اليوم (الأحد) حيث سيتم حجز مواعيد للإطلاع على المخططات وإتمام عملية الشراء حسب أسبقية الاتصال لحجز هذه المواعيد وسيستطيع المستثمرون الإطلاع بشكل مفصل على المشاريع السكنية ضمن جزيرة السعديات من خلال الجناح الخاص لشركة التطوير والاستثمار السياحي في معرض «سيتي سكيب أبوظبي» الذي يقام من 13 إلى 15 مايو في «مركز أبوظبي الوطني للمعارض».


وقال لي تيبلر، الرئيس التنفيذي في «شركة التطوير والاستثمار السياحي» إن الشركة تلتزم في مشاريعها السكنية بتوفير أرقى معايير الجودة وأفضل الممارسات البيئية المستدامة مع احترام الخصوصية الثقافية والاجتماعية للمجتمعات المحلية وستتمتع كل مجموعة من الوحدات السكنية في «شاطئ السعديات» بحديقة خاصة وأحدث المرافق الخدمية والترفيهية بما في ذلك حوض سباحة بطول 25 متراً ومحلات تجارية في وسط المجمع السكني إلى جانب سهولة الوصول إلى المراسي البحرية والحديقة العامة الرئيسية والحصول على عضوية في نادي شاطئي خاص.


وأوضح تيبلر ان الشركة عكفت على وضع المخطط الرئيسي لكل حي سكني على حدة بحيث يتماشى مع مفاهيم التطوير المستدام والتعايش بتناغم مع الطبيعة المحيطة بما يضمن الارتقاء بنمط المعيشة في هذا المشروع. وقامت شركة «جيه زد أم كيه بارتنرز» الأميركية الحائزة على جوائز التميز في تصميم المشاريع السكنية بتصميم الفلل السكنية في «شاطيء السعديات».


حيث ستضم 3 أنماط من الفلل ومنازل الـ «تاون هاوس وهي الطراز العربي، والطراز المتوسطي والطراز العصري وستشتمل كافة الفلل والمنازل على ديكورات وتجهيزات داخلية حديثة صممتها شركة «كرييتيف ديزاين كونسلتينتس» الأميركية، التي تصنفها مجلة «انتيريور ديزاين» ضمن قائمة «أفضل 100 شركة رائدة». وأوضح تيبلر ان الشركة تباشر تطوير هذا المشروع حسب أعلى مستويات الجودة لتقديم وجهة سكنية تساهم في إعادة صياغة مفهوم التفٌرد والخصوصية وفي الوقت ذاته تكفل الحصول على أفضل عائد للاستثمارات العقارية».


ومنطقة «شاطئ السعديات» هي إحدى سبع مناطق ضمن جزيرة السعديات تبعد 5 دقائق فقط بالسيارة عن «المنطقة الثقافية» التي ستضم مجموعة واسعة من المتاحف والمراكز الثقافية منها «متحف الشيخ زايد الوطني»، الذي يقوم بتصميمه اللورد نورمان فوستر، ومتحف «جوجنهايم أبوظبي» الذي صممه فرانك جيري، ومتحف «اللوفر أبوظبي» الذي صممه جان نوفيل، و«دار المسارح والفنون» الذي صممته زهاء حديد.


و«المتحف البحري» الذي صممه الياباني تاداو أندو. وستستضيف المنطقة أيضاً مقر جامعة نيويورك، الذي يعتبر أول مقر لهذه الجامعة العريقة خارج الولايات المتحدة. وترى شركة التطوير والاستثمار السياحي أن الأحياء السكنية في «شاطئ السعديات» ستضع نموذجاً جديداً للتميز في قطاع العقارات في الدولة، الذي يشهد طلباً متزايداً على مشاريع المجمعات السكنية متكاملة الخدمات.


شاطئ السعديات


تتضمن منطقة «شاطيء السعديات» أيضاً واجهة بحرية من الشواطئ النقية والرمال البيضاء بطول 9 كيلومترات والتي تنتشر على امتدادها 9 منتجعات من فئة الخمس نجوم تديرها أبرز شركات الفندقة والضيافة العالمية. وتساهم شبكة المواصلات الحديثة التي تربط جزيرة السعديات بالعاصمة الإماراتية ومطار أبوظبي الدولي في دعم عوامل جذب المشروع للمستثمرين.


وتبعد الجزيرة 7 دقائق فقط بالسيارة عن وسط مدينة أبوظبي، عبر «جسر السعديات»، المكون من 10 مسارب والذي ستنتهي أعمال تشييده النصف الثاني من العام 2009، و20 دقيقة فقط عن مطار أبوظبي عبر «طريق السعديات»، الجاري حالياً تطويره.
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Old May 11th, 2008, 06:33 PM   #98
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Is it possible to buy any property "Off Plan" in Abu Dhabi?

i have been looking over the weekend but could not find anything.
and just an observation, it would appear that the prices are higher in Abu Dhabi, than in Dubai.
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TDIC starts sale of Saadiyat units

on Sunday, May 11, 2008

Abu Dhabi-based Tourism Development and Investment Company (TDIC) said it has launched the sales of first phase of its Saadiyat Beach Residences.

"This is the beginning of a dynamic chapter in TDIC's history. It also represents a major milestone in the development of Saadiyat Island," said Mubarak Al Muhairi, managing director of TDIC.

The limited Phase One release comprises a range of unparalleled investment opportunities in elegant three- to seven-bedroom villas and townhouses.

Some of the villas will have their own gym, elevator, pool and film theatre. UAE and GCC national investors will be offered homes on a freehold basis with expatriates qualifying for 99-year leases.

"TDIC will bring to the residential segment the same level of commitment to world-class quality, environmental stewardship and respect for local cultural sensitivities that it is now synonymous with on the global cultural and leisure landscapes," said Lee Tabler, CEO of TDIC.

"Each neighbourhood has been sensitively masterplanned with a sustainable development mandate to enhance overall liveability," explained Tabler.

Saadiyat Beach neighbourhoods have three villa and townhouse styles – Arabian, Mediterranean and Contemporary – designed by America's JZMK Partners. "We expect heavy demand for the phase one release which will also result in expressions of interest for the second phase," said Tabler.
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Is Saadiyat Island available for investment by non-UAE nationals?
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