Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Al Falah, master planned community for UAE nationals

Aldar Properties yesterday announced that it will build Al Falah, a master planned community for middle income UAE national families to be located on the outskirts of Abu Dhabi.
Al Falah will comprise a series of villages based around a town centre that will have a mosque, civic and commercial buildings, a shopping mall and an entertainment area.
The community will offer its residents more than 5,000 residential villas of varying sizes with parking and large gardens. Each village will also have schools, kindergartens, clinics and shops, Aldar Properties said in a statement.

The concept is in the detailed planning stage in terms of infrastructure, town design and management systems, the company said. “Aldar is committed to investing in the future of the UAE and to giving something back to the local community. By providing high quality, well designed homes for local, middle-income families and creating new sustainable communities we are helping to build the future of the country,” said Chairman Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh.

Aldar Properties yesterday announced that it will build Al Falah, a master planned community for middle- income UAE national families to be located on the out- skirts of Abu Dhabi. Al Falah will comprise a series of villages based around a town centre that will have a mosque, civic and commercial buildings, a shopping mall and an entertainment area.

The community will offer its residents more than 5,000 residential villas of varying sizes with parking and large gardens. Each village will also have schools, kindergartens, clinics and shops, Aldar Properties said in a statement. The concept is in the detailed planning stage in terms of infrastructure, town design and management systems, the company said. “Aldar is committed to investing in the future of the UAE and to giving something back to the local community. By providing high quality, well designed homes for local, middle-income families and creating new sustainable com- munities we are helping to build the future of the coun- try,” said Chairman Ahmed Ali Al Sayegh.

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