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Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi
Completed
Managed by Aldar

Mamsha Al Saadiyat

A life to behold

Located at the heart of Saadiyat Island’s cultural district, Mamsha Al Saadiyat is an exclusive beachfront community comprising 1 to 5-bed luxury apartments, townhouses and penthouses featuring a pristine 1.4km white sandy beach.

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Project Overview

  • Anticipated Completion Date

    31-12-2019

  • Number of units

    Total number of units

    461

  • Property Types

    PROPERTY TYPES

    Apartments, Townhouses ,Penthouses

  • Unit Types

    UNIT TYPES

    1,2,3,4 Bedroom apartments 2,3 Bedroom townhouses
    5 Bedroom penthouses

  • Property Size

    Property Size Range

    120 m2 - 1,900 m2

  • Payment Plan

    PAYMENT PLAN

    10/90

Starting Price

2,294,000 AED

Payment Plan

DOWN PAYMENT

10%

Upon signing SPA

Handover

90%

Handover

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