The first phase of the Mirfa City Waterfront project has been completed, as announced by the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED), reported Gulf News.
The project is located in the emirate’s Western Region and was said to be delivered eight months ahead of schedule.
The first phase of the project consists of 126 residential units built on 40,000 square meters, and also features shopping centers and other facilities on 5000 square meters, as well as 10 beach-front villas.
Construction work is currently being implemented on the second and third phases of the project, which will cover a total area of 27,000 square meters.
ADDED issued a statement announcing that the project will attract investment opportunities in all economic areas in the Western Region. The development is a part of Abu Dhabi’s Eonomic Vision 2030 that aims to boost sustainable economic development of the Western Region and promote investments.