By Sam Bridge
Developer says the concrete substructure for its seven Pixel Towers on Reem Island has been completed
Abu Dhabi-based developer Imkan has announced that the concrete substructure for its seven Pixel Towers on Reem Island has been completed, with three towers launched to date.
The developer said the completion of the concrete substructure is an important milestone for the project, which is taking shape at Imkan’s Makers District that aims to become a magnet for creatives, entrepreneurs and innovators.
All seven Pixel Towers are being built at once, while handed over in a staged phase.
“Pixel has been designed as a first-choice destination amid a vibrant neighborhood – home to a community of entrepreneurs and those with a millennial mindset... We are delighted with the progress being made with Pixel and with this important construction milestone,” said Walid El Hindi, CEO of Imkan Properties.
Once complete, the Pixel development will be home to 525 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom options as well as 94 office units and 14 retail outlets.
A central focal point of the development is its pedestrianised plaza.
Located on a prime stretch of Reem Island’s waterfront, Pixel is the first phase of Makers District, which is due for completion in 2021.
The masterplan also includes a boutique hotel, a further 3,700 homes, F&B outlets and co-working spaces.