Abu Dhabi to Get the Gulf’s largest Fish Market, the market, spread over 1.8 million square feet, will have more than 200 shops, a hypermarket and restaurants conforming to international standards. General Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, stressed the importance of such projects in pushing ahead with the economic development in the emirate, which seeks to enhance its leading position under the leadership of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan.
Road Improvements concept design in line with the Traffic Impact Study mitigation measures of Al Mushrif Mall located in Sector E-32 on Plot No.2
Line Investment and Property, L.L.C. A highly diversified corporate group based in Abu Dhabi, EMKE group has been integral part of the emirate’s phenomenal progress and success
The project, a joint venture with Mubadala, the investment arm of Abu Dhabi government is to be operational by mid-2009 will have a state of the art fish, meat and vegetable market with more than 200 outlets apart from shopping mall, including a hypermarket and a spacious food court. All steps have been taken to ensure a totally hygienic and odorless market. Each shop will have separate cold storage facilities. There will also be specialty shops for the purchase of live fish. The fish market will have a common fish cleaning hall and an international standard fish-waste processing plant.
The mixed use development which is located in E-32 is comprised of a basement (Garage), a ground floor, two floors, and a roof and is designed taking into consideration the following activities mainly: Central fish market (75 shops), meat market (30 shops), vegetable market (60 shops), Offices, retail stores, coffee shops, Hypermarket and restaurants
The development has a total built up area equal to 150,000 square meters comprises of the following:
As a sub-consultant CRTC has carried out the following scope of work:
One billion Dirham, ($367,000,000)