Abu Dhabi's Bawabat Al Sharq villas to be completed next June
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, January 27 - 2013 at 05:15
Baniyas Investment and Development Co (BIDC), the investment arm of Baniyas Sports Club, has said that construction of the villas forming Phase II of Abu Dhabi's Bawabat Al Sharq development is 64% complete and the villas are to be delivered in June, Gulf News has reported. "Technically speaking, we have already completed the concrete works in all 129 villas and we are currently working on the interior finishing which have reached 55% in completion," said Mohammad Eid, chief of operations at BIDC.
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