Work on Al Wa'ab City villas to resume next month
- Qatar: Wednesday, October 24 - 2012 at 02:13
The developer of Qatar's Al Wa'ab City, one of the country's largest privately owned developments, has said construction works for both Nour Al Wa'ab and Janayin Al Wa'ab Villas will be resumed from November 1, Gulf Times has reported. Al Wa'ab City expects to deliver the first set of fully fitted villas by July 2013. Nour A Waab Villas consists of 92 villas, while Janayin Al Wa'ab Villas comprises 181 four-bedroom villas. Delivery of the 273 villas and all the recreational amenities is expected within two years.
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