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Abu Dhabi’s Bloom Properties begins work on JVC project

Abu Dhabi’s Bloom Properties begins work on JVC project

The developer has awarded the contract for the enabling works of its mid-income residential project, Bloom Towers


Abu Dhabi developer Bloom Properties has begun the enabling works of Bloom Towers, its residential development in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) in Dubai.

The developer has appointed National Piling to execute the project that is scheduled for completion in Q4 2020, a statement said.

The size of the contract was not revealed.

Launched three months ago, at Cityscape Abu Dhabi, Bloom Towers will consist of three towers with a total of 944 units.

The two towers allocated for sale comprise 689 studios and one-bedroom apartments.

Amenities will include swimming pools, a jogging track, indoor and outdoor gyms, sauna and steam rooms, a kids’ play area, a private outdoor dining area, a hammock area, a co-working space, an amphitheater, and a private theater.

The development will also offer 24/7 security, concierge services, and parking.

Bloom Towers is located close to the upcoming Circle Mall, as well as a community centre, parks, retail outlets, schools, playgrounds, and mosques.

Targeting the mid-market housing segment, Bloom Towers is the Abu Dhabi-based master developer’s second project in JVC.

Bloom Towers has already attracted “high investor uptake”, the company said in a statement.

Sameh Muhtadi, CEO at Bloom Properties, said: “The appointment of the contractor in record time articulates our priority to complete the project as per schedule.”

The developer’s second project currently underway in JVC is Bloom Heights, a mixed-use development that will consist of two high-rise towers with a shared podium. It will offer a total of 686 residential units including studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Other amenities will include swimming pools, a running track, gym, multipurpose hall and retail outlets.

The Abu Dhabi developer said the project is due to be completed in early 2019.

Read more: Bloom Properties launches two-tower project at Dubai’s JVC

Also read: Abu Dhabi’s Bloom Properties awards Dhs1bn contracts so far in 2017


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