Sharjah's mixed-use Soor Kalba building project on track

A total of 105 buildings are being constructed

Image used for illustrative purpose. Labourers work at a construction area in Dubai .

Image used for illustrative purpose. Labourers work at a construction area in Dubai .

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Work is in full swing on the AED180 million Soor Kalba building project being implemented on an area of 79,353-sq-m area in the Suhaila area of Sharjah.
A total of 105 buildings are being constructed as part of the project that will house 420 apartments and 319 shops overlooking the Kalba Corniche.
The design of the buildings is characterised by a beautiful architectural style, in which the aesthetic and Islamic architectural elements have been employed in a wonderful engineering method on the facades of the buildings.
Each of the building consists of 4 residential units and 3 shops that are designed according to the latest engineering specifications to suit the purposes of housing and various businesses.
HH Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, recently inspected the ongoing work at the Soor Kalba building project.
As per his directives, the Sharjah authorities have re-planned the area and are developing the urban appearance of the façades with distinct specifications to serve the residents and visitors, and in line with the development of the Kalba Beach Road.
He was briefed on the project by Engineer Salah Bin Butti Al Muhairi, Adviser to Sharjah Department of Town Planning and Survey.
Al Muhairi said the buildings area includes a private roofed hallway to serve pedestrians and shoppers.
The sites surrounding the project will be developed and car parks will be provided, in addition to green spaces and building a lagoon for practicing marine sports, he added.

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