ABU DHABI (WAM), 2nd May 2023 — On the instructions of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan as President, H.H. Sheikh Khaled Bin Mohamed bin Zayed Alnahyan, Crown Princess of Abu Dhabi, and Chairman of Abu Dhabi Executive Council has opened the expansion of Al Falah Housing Project, which provides 899 new houses to citizens for a cost exceeding AED1.92 Billion.
H.H. Sheikh Khaled received a briefing on the project’s infrastructure, architectural features, and building specifications. The project is part of Emirati Neighbourhood Initiative.
He also examined the interior and exterior finishes that enhance the quality of life of citizens in accordance with international standards.
The project was designed to create a tight-knit community with all the facilities needed. Each villa features a design that reflects Emirati culture and identity to enhance the quality of life and meet the needs of citizens.
Al Falah’s expansion is the third phase of the project, following the first and second phases. These have already provided 4,857 new homes to citizens since 2012 and reflect the growing urban expansion in Al Falah.
The expansion of Al Falah Housing Project, which covers 215 hectares includes 899 houses, five mosques, and five parks public, along with allocated plots for commercial and communal facilities. Each villa has five bedrooms, two Majlis, one for men and another for women, dining and living areas, as well as other facilities.
Mohammed Ali Al Shorafa stated, “The inauguration reflects the directives of our leadership to ensure the highest standards of living, stability and wellbeing for Emiratis and their families.” The project creates attractive, dynamic and secure neighbourhoods which enhance the lifestyles of residents and stimulate economic growth and social development in Abu Dhabi.
Hamad Hareb al Muhairi said, “We remain committed to developing housing projects that meet the needs of our citizens and ensure the development of neighbourhoods. We are delivering on the directives of the leadership and improving the quality of life and the stability of our citizens.”