Monday, September 17, 2007

Danat to venture into property development worth Dh.8bn in Abu Dhabi

Danat Hotels and Resort has revealed its plans to undertake a major property development on a premium coastal plot at Abu Dhabi. The Residential-cum-business micro-city, worth Dh.8 billion, is currently being constructed around the new Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (Adnec).

The announcement which came during the signing ceremony held at Adnec, included Shaikh sultan Bin Tahnoon al Nahyan, the Adnec Chairman, Abdullah Khalfan Al Romaithi, Manging Director of the National Corporation for Tourism and Hotels, and more such prominent government officials and Adnec executives.

The Danat project will be located on an area of 10,360 square meters, at the Al Khaleej Al Arabi Coastal road, across from the Waterfront Marina Zone, with a built up area of nearly 60,000 square meters. On completion of the Danat project, it will join Abu Dhabi's impressive line-up of hotels, commercial and residential towers, marina, retail zone and other mixed-use developments that enhance the local landscape.

"This development will add value to the meetings, conventions, incentives and events industry's development in Abu Dhabi. Danat Hotels and Resort is a company with strong national identity with UAE nationals as our shareholders. It is dedicated to the development of UAE, and Abu Dhabi, in particular. We are confident that our plans for this prime location will exceed expectations," said Abdulla Khalfan.

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