MD says project team is following all necessary precautionary measures over COVID-19 outbreak while working to deliver project on time by year end
The first phase of Alef Group’s mixed-use community Al Mamsha will he handed over by the end of 2020 with the developer initiating measures to protect workers from the COVID-19 outbreak.
An $816 million, pedestrian-friendly residential community, Al Mamsha is being built in the Al Juraina area of Sharjah, the developer said in a statement. Located at the nexus of Sharjah’s main highways, ensuring easy access to major metropolitan areas, as well as to Dubai and the Northern Emirates, the project offers a wide variety of home options – from studios to one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, it added.
Scope of work for Phase One includes seven buildings, 693 housing units and 88 commercial stores, spanning a total area of 58,436sqm.
Issa Ataya, managing director of Alef Group, said that the project would be delivered at the end of 2020, as per plans.
“To ensure timely delivery, our team is following the necessary precautionary measures and procedures according to the protocols set by the Ministry of Health and Community Protection,” stated Ataya.
The Sharjah government has undertaken several initiatives amid the COVID-19 pandemic that have helped renew the confidence of project owners to invest in the emirate, he pointed out.
“Known for its flexible laws and legislation, Sharjah is known to assist investors during difficult conditions. Providing tremendous opportunities within the government and private sectors, over the years, Sharjah has been successful in attracting investors from the region and internationally” remarked Ataya.
“The key facilities and exemptions included in the stimulus package recently launched for investors by HH Dr Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, would assist in economic development by simplifying business procedures and help project owners work on the construction and delivery of their developments in time,” he concluded.