‏Urgent Abu Dhabi: Announcing new housing projects

The Abu Dhabi Housing Authority has made public the status of its ongoing residential projects in the communities of Baniyas, Al Wathba, Al Saad, and Al Samha, including the construction of 5,848 citizen-only residential villas.

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Engineer Afraa Khalfan Al Hajri, the acting executive director of the Planning and Projects Sector, announced that the Authority will be announcing new housing projects for Abu Dhabi and Al Ain residents.

She went on to say that the Authority's three housing projects in the North Baniyas, Al Wathba, and Al Saad districts were put in place in response to the population expansion in these areas, which is indicative of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi's continuous cultural and economic revival.

She said that one of the largest housing projects the authority has ever developed is the North Baniyas residential project, which is being built in three phases and will consist of 3,453 residential villas built on an area larger than 10.1 million square metres. It also includes a collection of public and service facilities, such as 38 parks and gardens, 13 mosques, and 13 A commercial complex.

Located on 3.1 million square metres, the first phase of the North Baniyas residential project will comprise 1,365 residential villas, 17 parks and entertainment parks, five commercial complexes, and four mosques. It is anticipated to be finished in the first quarter of 2019.

The North Baniyas residential project is being built in two phases. The first phase, which is currently under construction, will consist of 1,225 residential villas, 12 gardens and amusement parks, four commercial complexes and five mosques. The second phase will be finished by the end of 2025. The third phase will also be built on a 3.5 million square metre area and will include 863 residential villas, nine parks and amusement parks, four commercial complexes and four mosques, in addition to The completion of the second and third phases is anticipated by the end of 2025, along with additional leisure facilities.

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