Al Reem Island, Abu Dhabi
One Master Bedroom with built in wardrobes and en suite bathroomBig living hallStudy roomBathroom for visitorsModern kitchen Laundry room
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Gate Towers Overview
The Gate Towers are mixed-use project made of three rising and The Arc tower, together with a retail and leisure podium. The Towers have 3533 residential units that vary from apartments, penthouses, townhouses, offices, shopping malls and a 5-star international hotel and a connected apartment complex. These towers are topped with the Penthouses Bridge, deemed to be the highest of its kind worldwide for a residential architecture.
Facilities, Amenities & Services:Swimming PoolBeach AccessTennis CourtFootball PlaygroundExclusive Parking spacesDay Care CenterLuxury SpaWater Games AreaGymnasium , Sauna, JacuzziKids playing area (indoor & outdoor)Multipurpose hallHealth ClubPrayer roomCentral A/CSatellite / Cable TVRestaurantsShopping MallBusiness CenterMedical Clinics
The Gate III towers are located in Al Reem Island in Abu Dhabi. Al Reem Island is a large island off the northeastern coast of the main island, which is connected via a series of bridges and in the stages of development as a new residential and commercial hub.
About Al Reem Island:
Al Reem Island is a residential, commercial and business project on Al Reem Isle, a natural island 600 m off the coast of Abu Dhabi island. It is currently being developed separately by Sorouh Real Estate (Shams Abu Dhabi), Reem Investments, and Tamouh. Reem Developers the overall dimensions of the project as 6.5 million square metres and investment costs as exceeding $30 billion. The project has gained international interest as one of the first free zones in Abu Dhabi, where foreign nationals can buy property as leasehold.
Located off the northeastern coast of Abu Dhabi city, it is a mixed purpose community with both residential and commercial units. The handing over of units in Al Reem Island was delayed due to a couple of reasons but during the first quarter of 2011, the handing over process began