UAE-based Aldar Properties has announced the launch of a new rent-to-own scheme for a limited number of homes in its popular West Yas
community overlooking the natural mangroves that surround Yas
features over 1,000 four and five-bedroom villas, ranging from 488 to 580 sqm in size designed and built to the highest standards by Aldar, with customised touches to meet individual requirements.
In a Miral statement, Siadah CEO, Chawqui Derradji, added: "As the two plots become bustling communities, we aim to mirror Miral's vision of offering unique and immersive experiences by developing residential units with direct view of the Yas
"Today, we are happy to announce that we finalised the sale of the first two plots for residential development at Yas
Bay with Siadah International Real Estate Development.
The aim of the scheme is to bring YAS
members together with A-Scotland's policy makers to improve dialogue and support the two groups to work effectively together on A-evidence-based policy solutions in the future.
Blue Marlin Ibiza UAE for race weekend is taking over the rooftop terrace at Diablito at Yas
Marina on Sunday, November 25.
The plots - 35 residential buildings plots, two retail plots and two school plots - are an integral part of Yas
Bay, a 14 million sqft, mixed-used project by Miral, which is set to transform the southern end of Yas
Speaking on the occasion, Miral CEO, Mohamed Abdalla Al Zaabi, highlighted the successful journey of Yas
Island over the last decade and how it is constantly evolving and innovating its attractions, parks and in-bound tourism opportunities to become the favourite destination for Indian families.
The infrastructure was developed earlier this year to enable the launch of the platform's digital assets across its theme parks on Yas
Island, Abu Dhabi and to deliver a wall-less resort vision.
Miral, the destination management company responsible for the development of Yas
Island, unleashed a series of ambitious plans encompassing a new branding and marketing campaign to package what looks like a stunning tourism master vision.
The project aims to connect the current and future destinations on Yas
Island and eventually link it to Abu Dhabi International Airport.