Developer says to deliver properties in Ansam and Al Hadeel in December
Aldar Properties has announced it is preparing to hand over homes in its Ansam development on the west side of Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.
In a construction update, the developer said the first Andalusian-style apartments will be delivered to customers during December.
External work is complete with landscaping due to commence this month while internal final fit outs are nearing completion, Aldar said.
It added that Al Hadeel, located on Al Raha Beach and featuring apartments, townhouses and duplexes, will also commence hand overs to customers in December. Façade work is now complete and final fit out and landscaping are entering final stages of completion.
Located on the coast adjacent to Al Bateen, Nareel Island is making steady headway as it moves closer to handover, Aldar also said.
"Infrastructure works are progressing well with road works well advanced and nearing completion. Similarly, Al Merief in Khalifa City, also being readied for handover, is moving forward with infrastructure work and roadworks at various stages of completion," Aldar said in the update.
On Reem Island, the main contract has been awarded for The Bridges, a six-building, 1,272-home development that launched in April 2016 and sold out within three weeks, it added, while on Yas Island, at Yas Acres, the flagship golf and waterfront villa and townhouse development, villa construction is underway on all 652 launched villas and townhouses.
The company also revealed that the majority of villas at West Yas, Aldar’s first villa community on Yas Island, are structurally complete across the whole site with remaining construction and various works progressing as per schedule. Over 300 villas are in the final fix stage ahead of being handed over to customers.
At Mayan, the company’s luxury golf and waterfront apartment development set alongside Yas Links Golf Club and the exclusive Yas Beach, foundation works are now complete, and the main contractor has commenced with construction. Cranes are on-site as work on the substructure continues.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.