Modon set to open Abu Dhabi leisure waterfront community

UAE-based Modon Properties will soon be opening up its Hudayriat Recreational waterfront community

  
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UAE-based Modon Properties will soon be opening up its Hudayriat Recreational waterfront community, located within the 3,000-hectare Hudayriat Island, south-west of the Abu Dhabi main island.

The move comes following a directive from HH Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, to open the development for public within a month.
 
Sheikh Mohamed visited the Al Hudayriat Project site yesterday (October 14), during which, he was shown around the facilities of the key entertainment project, being developed by Modon Properties, a subsidiary of ADQ that specialises in developing vibrant and sustainable residential, in collaboration with the Department of Municipalities and Transport, Abu Dhabi.
 
The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince was shown around 10 leisure facilities as part of the project, including the 'Stars Gate' which provides a unique destination for camping; '321 Sports Village', which encompasses sports playgrounds and jogging and cycling tracks; 'Challenge Village'; and 'Hudayriat Heritage Walk' which extends along the waterfront and provides the visitors with a cultural background of the island and the history of pearl diving in the UAE.
 
The tour also covered the project's 'Marsana', which represents the waterfront marine located in the heart of the project and includes a lineup of restaurants, an ice rink, and a kids waterpark.
The Hudayriat Recreational Project is Modon's second leisure destination after Jubail Mangrove Park announced late last year by Modon Properties as part of a series of entertainment schemes aimed at representing a shift in the leisure offerings within the emirate of Abu Dhabi.
 
Sheikh Mohamed underlined Abu Dhabi's determination to develop inclusive and unique environmental projects and increase green spaces across the emirate in a way that ensures a healthier lifestyle for its community in addition to boosting social bonds, attracting visitors and tourists and turning the emirate into a haven for ecotourism.
"Al Hudayriat project and other similar developments represent a qualitative addition that reinforces Abu Dhabi's status on the global tourist map," Sheikh Mohamed added.
 
Department of Municipalities and Transport Chairman Falah Mohamed Al Ahbabi said: "In line with the directives of our wise leadership, we take pride in contributing to introducing this valuable addition to Abu Dhabi's tourist and leisure offerings. We will continue at the Department to provide a sustainable environment for the future."
"Hudayriat Project is reflective of our commitment to ensure a quality lifestyle for all Emiratis, visitors and tourists in Abu Dhabi and to contribute to underpinning the status of the emirate as a haven for quality of life," he added.
 
Modon Properties' Chairman Abdulla Al Sahi said: "Sheikh Mohamed's visit re-affirms our leadership's determination to continue to develop leisure and tourist destinations in line with the future plans of the emirate that are aimed at enhancing lifestyle and making the emirate as a preferred destination for global visitors."
Hudayriat Island is located off the south west coast of Abu Dhabi Island and encompasses a lineup of cultural and ecological destinations in addition to residential properties, commercial spaces and leisure facilities.-TradeArabia News Service

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