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Najmat Abu Dhabi, which can be translated into English as ‘Star of Abu Dhabi’ or ‘Abu Dhabi’s Star’, is one of the three project developments being built on Al Reem Island Abu Dhabi. Najmat Abu Dhabi will be an urban waterside community development project that will be located to the southeast of the entrance to Al Reem Island.

The Mixed Use Building (Keangnam Marina Palace – KMP) , the 24 story building is located on plot Number C14 in sector RR2 within Najmat Abu Dhabi Development along the Canal Boulevard on Al Reem Island. The proposed building implements the mixed usage following the new sustainable approach recommended by theUrban Planning Council (UPC).

Project Description

The proposed project consists of the following:

  • Retail area of 1,304.91 square meters.
  • Office area of 2, 2465.65 square meters.
  • 282 Apartments comprises of 22 units of two bed duplex, 22 units of three bed duplex, 5 units of three bedrooms, 32 units of two bedrooms, 79 units of one bedroom, and 122 units of studio.
  • Four floors of Car Parking with a total parking spaces for 410 vehicles.

Keangnam Enterprises Co.

Project Location

Keangnam Marina Palace is located on plot Number C14 in sector RR2 within Najmat Abu Dhabi Development along the Canal Boulevard, Reem Island Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Role of CRTC Consultancy

Canadian Roads Transport and Civil Engineering Consultancy was commissioned by Helal and Partners Engineering Consultants to undertake a Traffic Impact Study for the proposed mixed use building (Keangnam Marina Palace – KMP) at Najmat Abu Dhabi on Al Reem Island.

Scope of Works
  • Development of the project trip generation as per Dubai manual rates.
  • Parking analysis and design.
  • Site access and circulation.
  • Development trip distribution, model split and trip assignment.
  • Traffic Impact Analysis of the proposed development.
  • Traffic Impact Study Report.
  • Addressing and incorporating ADM comments.
Actual Value

AED 1 Billion.

Project Duration

2008 – 2012

For more information please contact:

Mona Nasr,