By Alex Delmar-Morgan
Abu Dhabi developer says it will also meet investors to discuss possible price reviews.
Abu Dhabi’s second largest developer Sorouh Real Estate has said it would revise payment schedules at its Gate Towers project to help investors amid the property slowdown.
The property company said it would also meet with investors to discuss possible price reviews of units, in a statement posted on the Abu Dhabi bourse website on Wednesday.
“The customer initiative is a result of the company’s ongoing strategy to respond to the market, support its customers and share construction cost savings on its flagship project located on Reem Island,” Sorouh said in a statement.
The developer said the proposal follows a similar move earlier this year at its mixed used community project, Alghadeer, which will house 18,000 residents when it is completed in 2012.
The Gate Towers, a mixed use scheme, is part of the Gate District, which is located at the entrance to the $25bn Shams Abu Dhabi, the area of Reem Island being developed by Sorouh.
Piling work has completed on three towers on its Gate project and work has been handed over to the main contractor.
these investors are only and will only consolidate there monies in paid up unites.most have invested 10million +. and would not consider having more exposure in this current econmic climet.where and rather then having previous investors to carry on the , why does not developers sourough go out to resell this with reduced prices,and see if then can achive any bulk sell. (i dought it very much)even a discount will not attract any buyers, pls sirs get of your nice chairs and offices and meet investors to see what then can afford to pay/considate there purchases, and then open up to trade to sell the remaining of the units and bulk.