Hydra completes foundation for Avenue Towers project

DUBAI - Hydra Properties has said that it has fast tracked its Hydra Avenue Towers project, located at Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi, by completing the foundation work for the project ahead of the schedule.

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Published: Sun 10 Aug 2008, 11:43 PM

Last updated: Sun 5 Apr 2015, 11:51 AM

Commenting on the swift progress of the Hydra Avenue Towers project, Dr Sulaiman Al Fahim, Chief Executive Officer, Hydra Properties, who was recently bestowed with the Outstanding Achiever - 2008 Arabian Property Award, said: "Hydra Avenue Towers is all set to add majesty and grandeur to Al Reem Island. Avenue Towers is rising fast to fill a void in the property market in Abu Dhabi and is the answer to the prayers of investors and those who seek serene and luxurious living spaces. We, at Hydra Properties, are devoting all our energy and expertise to the successful completion of the project."

Offering a brass-tacks view of the project, Eng. Mohammad Fawzy, Head of Engineering Division, Hydra Properties, said: "The project has gained momentum with the completion of foundation work which took us three months. The focus now is on finishing the pillar work as early as possible. The logistics for the rest of the tower is being chalked out and we are confident of meeting our rigorous standards of excellence."

The Hydra Avenue Towers Project is expected to be completed by 2011. The project is carried out by Tafsir Contracting Co while Prime Engineering Consultancy is the engineering consultants for the project.

The Hydra Avenue Towers Project comprises six towers, rising up to 29 stories, and will go a long way to deepen the dazzle of the City of Lights at Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi.

These six skyscrapers are classified into a group of three each and will stand as a brotherhood of buildings at the City of Lights. Hydra Avenue Towers are designed to triumph over a podium that stretches over five floors.

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