Marina development set for Abu Dhabi


A new leisure and entertainment centre  is to be built in Abu Dhabi by the middle of 2018.

The project isto comprise a 98-berth marina with cafes and restaurants, an aquarium, and three-to-four storeys of furnished apartments for rent.

It is reported to cost $231 million  and is being built as part of Abu Dhabi’s Comprehensive Master Development Plan and Abu Dhabi Vision 2030, according to Musabbah Al Marar, acting director-general of Abu Dhabi Municipality.


Named Al Qana, the 150,000 sq m scheme is to be located on waterside land in the Maqta area of the emirate and is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2018.

Developer Al Barakah International Investments said it had leased 2.5km of land from Abu Dhabi Municipality to construct the project.

Managing director Moataz Mashal said: “The tourist market is expanding in Abu Dhabi with what Etihad Airways is doing [in terms of network expansion]. This is one of the main projects that will start putting Abu Dhabi on that map.”

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