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Bloom unveils Park View, Stella Maris
Park View has been launched as a mixed-use development on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. According to developer Bloom Holding, it will comprise a residential and hotel apartment building. The former will have 234 units ranging from studios to two-bedroom apartments. Upon completion, the 188-key hotel apartments will include studios, executive and one- and two-bedroom apartments. Bloom has also launched a new Stella Maris tower project in Dubai Marina with expansive waterfront views. On-site work is expected to start this year and will be completed in a 30-month period. Stella Maris will feature 279 one- to three-bedroom apartments, as well as four-bedroom duplex apartments, town houses and penthouses.
London property targets GCC
GRE Assets is targeting GCC investors for its upcoming £500-million (about Dh2.8 billion) Brighton Marina development in the UK. Spanning 126 acres with 1,600 berths, it is the largest marina in Europe. Michael El Kassir, General Manager — International of GRE Assets, said, “Brighton’s real estate market is poised for tremendous growth in the years ahead and we are confident about its potential.”
Tamouh opens sale of Horizon Towers
Tamouh, Reem Island’s master developer, has launched City of Lights’ Horizon Towers in Abu Dhabi. Overlooking the marina and natural green mangroves, the towers offer panoramic views of the city and Al Reem Island. Comprising two buildings, the project features residential units ranging from one- to threebedroom apartments, and amenities such as retail outlets, restaurants, swimming pool, boutique spa, children’s club, gym, fitness centre and yoga terrace. The towers are expected to be completed by December next year.
Tool enhances signage regulations
The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) recently launched a new tool that it says will make it even simpler for business owners and signage manufacturers to adhere to guidelines designed to enhance the appearance of building fronts and minimise visual clutter. The UPC says that since introducing the Commercial Signage Regulations in 2011 in partnership with the Department of Economic Development, residents have seen a dramatic improvement in the visual appeal of public spaces.
Source: Property Weekly