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Do you also pass Academic City nearby?If so are there any universities etc getting built there?
Is the Academic City beside the Silicon Oasis which is at the other side of the road from Liwan? I haven't really noticed but the side of Silicon Oasis is very busy with lots of new bldgs coming up under conctruction.
 

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guys i believe the construction has started, i saw a sub station being built, i think the construction has started towards the remote end, can any one verify this pls.
 

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guys i believe the construction has started, i saw a sub station being built, i think the construction has started towards the remote end, can any one verify this pls.
Correct me if I'm wrong but I thought that construction near the Bypass road, behind Liwan near to Mazaya Villas is Skycourts (or other development).
 

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mdxb, you are probably right - skycourts has been going on quite a while whereas this would have just started.
 

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Kuwait-based Al Mazaya Holding has broken ground on phase one of Queue Point in Al Liwan, a residentiAl project in Dubailand, and has awarded contracts worth Dh460 million for executing the phase.

Khalid Esbaitah, Chief Executive of Al Mazaya Holding said: "The Queue Point project is progressing very well. Following the resounding success of the sales phase, we are proceeding with the construction of the project. We are confident that building of this project will be executed to the stringent standards we set in the planning of the project."

The construction work for phase one has been awarded to three Dubai-based contractors Al Omran, Al Sarah and Al Ruwabi in order to expedite the construction of the phase one, which covers an area of 3.562.744 square feet. Al Omran has been awarded four of the first phase plots for development, Al Sarah five plots and Al Ruwabi the remaining five.

The construction works on this phase includes 14 plots on which 1,031 residentiAl units are to be built. The entire Queue Point project comprises a totAl of 52 plots. The schedule includes completion of various works, in phases, from 2008 until the end of 2009.

"We will launch the second and third phases of the project within the next two months. Construction will commence when we get all the permits," he said.

Queue Point, located near Emirates Road at the Al Ain Road intersection, is a Dh2 billion project and will include a variety of multi-purpose buildings, both residentiAl and commerciAl, of between five and 15 storeys.

Al Mazaya has launched projects worth Dh20bn in the GCC countries, of which over Dh10 billion has been invested in the Dubai reAl estate sector.

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Dh2bn: The value of Queue Point, which in coming up at Dubailand. It will include a variety of multi-purpose buildings, both commerciAl and residentiAl, of between five and 15 storeys.
 

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^^ indeed a good news .

am not happy with the appointed contractors ...I couldn't find there profiles or info online not even on Dubai yellowpages ! . :eek:hno:

Well we should be able to see the result in a month :banana:
 

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It seems impossible for Mazaya to deliver even in Dec 2009. The construction is not happening at all. Since more than 3 months now they have just done some excavation and put the pictures on their website just to attract investors.
Any one here has an insight when they will give the handover ?
 

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firstly has any one been to site lately to verify the construction, i had gone there a couple of weeks back & it looked slow but appreciate if some one could feed more info.
 

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