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Abu Dhabi Plaza to be completed in Astana before EXPO-2017 02 апреля 2013, 17:24

Construction of Abu Dhabi Plaza complex in Astana will be completed by November 2016.
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Construction of the much advertized Abu Dhabi Plaza complex in Astana, Kazakhstan, will be completed by November 2016, BilyaNews reports. "The Abu Dhabi Plaza Complex will includes 90 thousand square meters of offices, 598 apartments in an 88-storey tower, two hotels and 111 thousand square meters rental space," Kazakhstan Ambassador to the UAE Askar Mussinov said. This 382-meter tower would be the tallest tower in Central Asia, he is quoted by WAM as saying to Gulf News. The Plaza will have 5,300 parking lots. The complex will be connected to Astana airport via a railroad. According to him, the energy efficient project will rely on the UAE experience in the use of green technologies and expand the Special Economic Zone of Astana by providing incentives to investments. Abu Dhabi Plaza will facilitate further development of Astana and its economy. It will be a new accommodation standards in Astana. He added that Abu-Dhabi government had invested $1.5 billion into the complex in the capital of Kazakhstan. Abu Dhabi Plaza Complex is being erected by Aldar, Abu Dhabi's main developer.


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