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Freehold property unveiled in Ajman

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Dubai: Tameer Holdings, a UAE-based property developer, is building a Dh1.1 billion residential and commercial project in Ajman.
Al Ameera Village is Tameer's first venture in Ajman. The firm's previous ventures include properties in Dubai, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain. It will cover an area of about 3 million square feet.

Located on the Emirates ring road, about 15 minutes from Dubai, the project will consist of 50 traditionally designed residential buildings, hotel apartments, commercial areas and a shopping mall.

The mall will feature a 500 metre board walk surrounded by gardens, water fountains, coffee shops, restaurants and other facilities.

"Being a freehold property, Al Ameera Village will be available to investors from all nationalities. The project will provide investors with excellent facilities in a superb location.

"Furthermore the development will enhance the flow of foreign direct investment into the UAE real estate market," said Omar Ayesh, president of Tameer Holdings.
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Nestled in the quiet districts of Ajman, Al Ameera Village is a small town community with a big city attention to luxury. Featuring board walks, gardens, malls and hotels, this village is a self sufficient mixed-use development offering the best of everything.

Consisting of 50 traditionally designed residential buildings, the village also contains hotel apartments and a shopping mall that designed in the same style. Walk along the 500 meter long boardwalk, smell the fresh flowers in the gardens, and enjoy a boisterous family picnic in the public park.

If you have a yen for some retail therapy, put on your comfortable shoes and shop till you drop at Al Ameera Village's shopping mall or roam the streets lined with shops, cafes and restaurants. Relax by the fountain before you set off again in search of some excitement.

Apart from the architecturally rich buildings, Al Ameera Village will include functional aspects including spacious streets and side walks, convenient parking spaces and more amenities.

The project is due to be completed by end-2007.
The Al Ameera Village gets of to a regal start

H.H Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Ajman Crown Prince, today officially commenced the development of The Emirate of Ajman's grand town sized project the Al Ameera Village.


H.H Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Ajman Crown Prince, today officially commenced the development of The Emirate of Ajman's grand town sized project the Al Ameera Village.

The ceremony saw Sheikh Ammar lay the symbolic 'foundation stone' that signified the launch of the development that is expected to be completed by the end of 2007 at a cost of AED 1.2 Billion. The project being developed by Tameer Holding, one of the region's leading real estate companies, first announced the launch of the village in May 2005 and immediately generated a large amount of interest from prospective investors and residents.

"This is both a great day for the Emirate of Ajman and for Tameer Holding." said Omar Ayesh President of Tameer Holding. "We feel extremely privileged and delighted to have His Highness Sheikh Ammar lay the foundation stone for this prestigious development. We have designed the Al Ameera village to reflect the culture and heritage of this great emirate while ensuring that it has all of the facilities expected for any large futuristic city."

The project has been designed to include all the facilities a modern state-of-the-art town sized development would normally feature, including a mall, several sports centers, mosques, parks and other recreational & shopping facilities. Situated on the Emirates Ring road, and a short distance from Dubai, the project will consist of 50 traditionally designed residential buildings, hotel apartments, commercial areas and a shopping mall.

Commonly known for developing lone buildings designed for both residential and for business purposes, Tameer have also garnered a reputation for designing complete towns and cities. Apart from the Ajman based development, Tameer are also responsible for the Emirates Industrial Area, based in the Emirate of Umm Al Quwain that features a variety of buildings designed for commercial and business use, which includes ultra modern labor accommodation and facilities. Also in Umm Al Quwain is the vast AlSalam City, a development expected to hold approximately half a million residents, being constructed at a cost of AED 30 billion.

"We are in the business of building cities and redesigning landscapes." said Mr. Omar Ayesh. "Al Ameera Village is the first and just one of many town and city sized developments that will redefine what a traditional Middle Eastern city is to be like. We are living in exciting times and are at the threshold of a new Gulf."

Formed through a strategic partnership between Al-Rajhi Investment Group & Tameer Property Establishment, Tameer Holding had entered the thriving UAE property market with numerous sophisticated developments, including the world's tallest tower "Princess Tower", located in Dubai Marina, the Dana 1 & Dana 2 projects in International City, Al Jawzaa in the International City, Al Shahd in the Emirates Hills, The Regal Tower in Business Bay and Al Ameera Village in Ajman. Today, the firm's investment portfolio in the market totals AED 40 billion.
Work starts on Dh1.2b Al Ameera Village in Ajman


An image of what the Al Ameera Village will look like on completion next year.

Dubai: Building work on a new residential and business development in Ajman has been launched by Shaikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman.

Shaikh Ammar laid a symbolic foundation stone to signify the launch of Al Ameera Village, a Dh1.2 billion development set for completion in 2007.

The town-sized project is being developed by real estate company Tameer Holding and will feature a mall, several sports centres, mosques, parks and other recreational and shopping facilities

Situated on the Emirates ring road, and a short distance from Dubai, the project will also consist of 50 traditionally designed residential buildings, hotel apartments and commercial areas.

Omar Ayesh, president of Tameer Holding, said: "We have designed the Al Ameera village to reflect the culture and heritage of this great emirate while ensuring that it has all of the facilities expected for any large futuristic city.

Although commonly known for developing lone buildings designed for both residential and for business purposes, Tameer is adding complete towns and cities to its list of projects.

Apart from the Ajman-based development, Tameer is also responsible for the Emirates Industrial Area, based in the emirate of Umm Al Quwain, that features a variety of buildings designed for commercial and business use.

Also in Umm Al Quwain is the vast Al Salam City, a development expected to hold approximately half a million residents, being constructed at a cost of Dh30 billion.

"We are in the business of building cities and redesigning landscapes," added Ayesh. "Al Ameera Village is the first and just one of many town and city-sized developments that will redefine what a traditional Middle Eastern city is to be like. We are living in exciting times and are at the threshold of a new Gulf."

Formed through a strategic partnership between Al Rajhi Investment Group and Tameer Property Establishment, Tameer Holding boasts an investment portfolio totalling Dh40 billion.
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