Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Cultural District anticipates new residential development

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The residential development Mamsha Al Saadiyat or Saadiyat Walk was launched and will be showcased at Cityscape Global 2014.

Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Cultural District anticipates new residential development

Abu Dhabi’s Saadiyat Cultural District anticipates new residential development

Located in Saadiyat Cutural District, this development is a 1.4 kilometer mixed-use beachfront project intended to offer the residents a deluxe beach-inspired lifestyle in addition to the simple access to various retail, dining and entertainment features.

This project is expected to further enhance the allure of Saadiyat and the Cultural District in regional and international level as a one-of-a-kind development. Attributable to its inimitable location, community elements and services, strong demand is predicted for Mamsha Al Saadiyat

Consisting of five clusters, each measuring at around 250 meters long, the development will introduce nine low-rise residential buildings including apartments and townhouses. Room sizes will vary from one to four-bedrooms to loft and penthouses, with a combined floor area from 106 to 454 square meters. All buildings will feature ground-level retail spaces and porch with pool.

To be developed in phases, Mamsha Al Saadiyat will also feature a serviced-apartment building and a retail village with 5,000 square meter leasable area for retail and dining stores. The Saadiyat Cultural District will become the center for the top-notch museums like the Zayed National Museum, Guggenheim, and Louvre Abu Dhabi together with the retail destination, The District.

The residents and visitors will have the freedom to experience the various services offered in health clubs, the open beach as well as the pedestrian and cycling lanes found all around Mamsha Al Saadiyat. In order to provide the visitors with beautiful sight of the museum and the whole beach, a headland park will be built at the western end of the beachfront walk around the development overlooking the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi.

Mohamed Dekkak