Bloom starts work on Algeria project
Dubai, October 9, 2013
Bloom Properties, the real estate arm of the Abu Dhabi-based National Holding company, has begun work on the first phase of its new “Parc Dounya” project in Algeria.
Once fully completed, the 'Parc Dounya' project will reflect Algeria’s rich biodiversity and span an area of 800 hectares, said a statement from the UAE developer.
To be built on a sprawling 190 hectares, the first phase will feature low-rise residential buildings with 2-3-4 bedrooms apartments, as well as 3-4 bedroom townhouses and 4-bedroom independent villas, it stated.
It will additionally feature expansive green spaces, playgrounds and pedestrian corridors.
Bloom’s announcement coincides with its high-impact participation at the Cityscape Global expo in Dubai.
"Bloom Properties has completed the initial soil testing and topographic survey forthe ‘Parc Dounya’project. We have also commenced landscaping works on phase one areas at an earlier stage.When completed, ‘Parc Dounya’ will become a prominent must-visit destination for residents and tourists alike," said a company spokesperson.
In addition to thematic botanical gardens, lawns and parks, as well as climatic zones, ‘Parc Dounya’will feature pockets of forests and waterways circumvented by a 20-mile track for walking, jogging and cycling, said the top Abu Dhabi developer.
Aiming to serve as a compelling destination,the project will host a variety of recreational options including asignature golf club, a tennis academy, football academy, four and five star international hotels, as well as an open theatre, malls and restaurants.
An international school and a 160-bed hospital developed as core components are set to add further value to the upscale development, it added.-TradeArabia News Service
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