Al Qudra Real Estate participates at Cityscape; showcases latest project Al Naseem
Al Qudra Real Estate, the real estate investment arm of Al Qudra Holding announced that it will be showcasing one of its most ambitious and latest development project Al Naseem which is situated at Al Ain. Cityscape is a leading annual business-to-business real estate investment and development networking event that brings together regional and international investors, property developers, architects and designers. This year the event will be held on 22-24th April at Abu Dhabi Exhibition Centre.
Al Naseem is a project that is embedded in Emirati culture of extended family living that preserves and promotes friendship, family and community. It serves as an Emirati development community of 75 villas that is built around the concept of “Fareej” – a traditional neighborhood system. There are three types of villas, namely, Type A, Type B and Type C comprising 5 bedrooms, 6 bedrooms and 7 bedrooms respectively. Each cluster of housing mostly consisting of 5 villas embraces an open courtyard “Baraha”. The development spans 14 barahat and 4 Firjaan wherein each Firjaan is shared by 4 clusters of housing i.e. 25 villas approx. It also boasts of a public meydan as well as facilities such as mosque, community center, ladies club and shopping areas.
Al Qudra RE believes that such an event is an important opportunity to highlight development of the real estate sector of the Emirate, which as is, is garnering an impressive amount of attention from outside the UAE. By showcasing Al Naseem, at the event, it aims to further cement its position and attract potential customers and investors alike.
The company’s stand at the exhibition has been designed to embrace a number of mock-ups and displays for the announced project complete with accurate detailing. Visit us at ADNEC in Hall 4 stand number B20.
On a separate note, the company is pleased to inform that the Emirati housing project Ain Al Fayda is well under way and going as per the implementation plan. It has successfully reached a 20% completion mark and is touted to be fully ready by the first quarter of 2016.