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Al Habtoor Leighton Group awarded Olgana and Hilliana Towers in Dubai

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008

The Al Habtoor Leighton Group, through the Dubai division of Al Habtoor Engineering, has been awarded an AED 740 million contract for the construction of Olgana and Hilliana Towers in Dubai for Abyaar Real Estate Development.

The project forms part of Abyaar’s prestigious Acacia Avenues development in Jumeirah. It comprises two hi-rise residential towers – Olgana and Hilliana.

Olgana Tower comprises two levels of basement car parking, three podium levels and 36 levels of residential apartments. It includes:
• 30 one-bedroom apartments
• 61 two-bedroom apartments
• 28 three-bedroom apartments
• 14 four-bedroom townhouses
• An exclusive four-bedroom penthouse suite
• Communal pools, health club, spa, squash courts
• Children’s play areas
• Cafes and shops
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Million-dollar Carpet in Dubai

Monday, June 16th, 2008

A hand-woven silk carpet with a rare design and craftsmanship will be exhibited in Dubai between May 25 and May 27, 2008. Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre will be the venue for the event.

The million-dollar artwork has been named “Zahra” and is part of the portfolio of a Japanese company Yazdani. The carpet will be one of the many showcased at the exhibit centre as part of the International Trade Fair for Carpets and Floor Coverings.

Around 275 exhibitors from all over the world will be showcasing their innovations.

The World Completed

Saturday, June 14th, 2008

Nakheel, one of the world’s largest property developers, today laid the final stone on the breakwater for The World. The last rock was one of 34 million tonnes of rock that were used to construct the 27 km breakwater which surrounds the 300 man-made islands that make up The World. The World team was on hand as the last rock was placed at 8:00am January 10, 2008 by Director Hamza Mustafa.

This historic moment marked the completion of the first phase of one of Dubai‘s most talked about landmarks, which included land reclamation requiring 320 million cubic meters of sand dredged from the sea and the creation of the breakwater that surrounds the 9km wide and 7kms long island destination. The next phase involves handing over islands to developers for construction and building of infrastructure.

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