Development is an integrated community featuring schools, shopping malls and other supporting infrastructure
A new housing complex featuring 410 villas has been launched by the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority (ADHA) in collaboration with Musanada. The Al Mughira Housing Complex is being developed at a cost of $344m and will be spread over an area of two million sqm in the Al Mirfa City, in the Al Dhafra region.
The design plans and specifications for the overall project includes integrated community facilities such as schools, shopping malls, parks and open areas, supported by roads, street lights, rainwater drainage, and infrastructure work for communication lines, sewage networks, as well as water and electricity supply, the statement noted.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Ruler’s Representative in the Al Dhafra Region said each residential unit covers a total land area of 543sqm and consists of majlis (separate for men and women), food hall, two family living rooms, kitchen, store, plus two private rooms for a maid and a driver, among other facilities.
Falah Mohamed Al Ahbabi, the chairman of Abu Dhabi Housing Council said the project comes in translation of the UAE leadership’s determination to continue to ensure decent life for all citizens with the ultimate goal of maintaining social welfare in the emirate.
He concluded, “Al Mughira provides an ideal residential community that combines the advantages of modern designs inspired from a quintessential Emirati environment.”