Monday, August 11, 2008

Work on Abu Dhabi's Hydra Avenue Towers, well ahead of schedule

A renowned UAE-based property developer, Hydra Properties, has already completed the foundation work of their prestigious Hydra Avenue Towers project at Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi, well ahead of schedule. Hydra Properties has stated that it has fast-tracked the progress of the project.

Hydra Avenue Towers in Abu Dhabi
The Hydra Avenue Towers includes six towers, of 29 storey each, adding splendor to the City of Lights at Al Reem Island. The project is carried out by Tafsir Contracting Company, and Prime Engineering Consultancy has been appointed as the Engineering Consultants for the project.

The six skyscrapers grouped into clusters of three each, are so designed that they triumph over a podium stretching more than five floors. The towers are particularly designed to offer solace for residential needs of men and women on the move, and to provide a holistic living environment to residents. Hydra Avenue Towers also includes retail towers too, that reflect the spirit of times that we live in. The futuristic smart home technology will be deployed to ensure the required comfort and convenience to residents. Hydra Avenue Towers focuses on sustainable development and is determined to adhere to global standards in an eco-friendly space management

The CEO of Hydra Properties, Dr. Sulaiman Al Fahim, appreciating the Hydra Avenue Towers, described that it adds majesty and grandeur to Al Reem Island. The Avenue Towers is progressing so quickly, that it fills the void in the property market in Abu Dhabi, and answers the prayers of investors and those who seek luxurious and serene living spaces.

The Project Eng. Mohammad Fawzy, Head of Engineering Division, Hydra Properties, said that the project has gained momentum with successful completion of foundation works, which has taken several months for completion. The company is now shifting focus on finishing the pillar work, as quickly as possible.

The Hydra Avenue Towers has been scheduled for completion by 2011.

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