Abu Dhabi hands over 1,000 new homes to UAE citizens
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, August 28 - 2012 at 13:01
The Abu Dhabi municipality has begun the handover process of communal houses to UAE nationals at Al-Falah, as part of a government grant aimed at meeting the housing needs of thousands of eligible beneficiaries, Gulf News has reported. The project, part of Al-Falah City Residential Project, involves building 4,857 villas of different sizes and designs in an area spanning 12.5m sq m. The first two phases of the project include building 2,000 communal houses along with their utilities and services, in addition to Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Mosque with a capacity to accommodate 2,000 worshippers.
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