Sharjah Asset Management, the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah, announced the launch of Al Saja’a Industrial Oasis project, one of the largest industrial projects in the region, following the vision of the Emirate of Sharjah to create a strong and diversified economy, to further boost the competitiveness and prosperity of the Emirate.
Sharjah Asset Management’s investments are highly focused in multiple sectors, including financial and commercial investments, logistics, technology, real estate, transportation, industrial, as well as oil & gas.
The launch of Al Saja’a Industrial Oasis follows the visionary long term plan of the Government of Sharjah, to launch several growth projects aiming at developing the industrial, real estate and commercial sectors, to address the growing needs of investors and owners in the Emirate, in addition to serving the ongoing industrial investment demand, where the Emirate of Sharjah maintains one of the finest industrial areas in the region.
Strategically located on Emirates Road (E611) and in close proximity to Sharjah International Airport and Al Hamriya Port, Al Saja’a Industrial Oasis comprises 353 plots stretching over 14million sq. ft. of land.
A dedicated registration website has been set up for Al Saja’a Industrial Oasis – www.alsajaaoasis.com, through which interested investors can register their interest to block their preferred industrial and mixed-use plots they are interested in buying. Stage 1 Registration will close on Thursday 22 October 2015 at 4:00pm.
“This outstanding development will be officially launched in the near future and with full development details,” stated Gregg Downer, Chief Real Estate Officer at Sharjah Asset Management. “Registered investors will not only benefit from the exclusive plots launched at Stage 1, but shall also have priority to the Stage 2 launch to select their preferred plot(s) prior to the wider public sales. The plots at Al Saja’a Industrial Oasis project will be offered to interested investors on freehold or leasehold basis**,”continued Downer.