14-storey building will consist of 130 residential units, along with commercial elements and a residents’ health centre
Abdul Rahim Architectural Consultants (Araco) has said that it has won a contract from Tecom Group, a member of Dubai Holding, to be the architectural consultant for a $20.4 million tower in Barsha Heights.
The 14-storey building consists of 130 units, including 12 studios, 86 one-bedroom apartments and 32 two-bedroom apartments, along with commercial elements and a residents’ health centre, including a gym and swimming pool, Araco said in a statement. The tower will also feature two basement floors of underground parking.
“Dubai’s stock of quality and affordable housing is always growing, and we are delighted to contribute to the ongoing development of the emirate though the launch of this project,” said Bader Abu Shaaban, head of business development.
“With a strategic location and panoramic views of the city’s skyline and The Greens neighborhood, the stylish and practical project will no doubt enjoy huge popularity with future residents of Al Barsha Heights.”
Previously known as TECOM, the community has been rebranded and named as Barsha Heights. It features residential and commercial buildings, as well as serviced apartments and hotels.
Araco is a well-experienced engineering consultancy covering all aspects and providing comprehensive services to clients ranging from architectural engineering, MEP (mechanical, electrical and plumbing) engineering, structural engineering, interior design, project management and supervision.
Further, Araco has obtained approval for all plans for the buildings and the necessary licenses from the relevant authorities in record time due to combined efforts of the Design Engineers at Araco, who have extensive experience and knowledge of the procedures, laws and regulations in effect across the emirate of Dubai.