Amaya Towers consists of two 25-level residential buildings resting on a common 5-level parking and retail podium in one of the most exclusive spots of Shams Abu Dhabi. Situated on the tip of the island, the buildings stand adjacent to theisland canal and overlook the waters of the Arabian sea as well as the Saadiyat Island shoreline, with its future Louvre Museum, Guggenheim Museum and Performing Arts Center.
Hereluxury meets functionality. An impressive facade envelops graceful interiors consisting of one, two, three and four-bedroom apartments.Modern designs provide apleasant livingenvironment where light and space are abundant andcarefully distributed rooms are proportionally sized for ultimate comfort and practicality.
Beautifully landscaped gardens embellish the towers. Charming waterside pathways, pedestrian bridges, coffee shops and retail strips extending along theadjacent canal offer a unique shopping experience at doorstep.
To add to the canal's charm, water taxis will constitute a significant part of the Island's transportation network.
FACILITIES AND AMENITIES:
AmayaTowers offers a lifestyle rich in choices and varieties in one of the most sought after locations on the island. Whether it's enjoying a sea breeze on your balcony, tanning by the pool, jogging along the enchanting canal or shopping in the town center, the lifestyle you expect is just minutes away.
About Al Reem Island:
Al Reem Island is a residential, commercial and business project on Al Reem Isle, a natural island 600 m off the coast of Abu Dhabi island. It is currently being developed separately by Sorouh Real Estate (Shams Abu Dhabi), Reem Investments, and Tamouh. Reem Developers the overall dimensions of the project as 6.5 million square metres and investment costs as exceeding $30 billion. The project has gained international interest as one of the first free zones in Abu Dhabi, where foreign nationals can buy property as leasehold.
Located off the northeastern coast of Abu Dhabi city, it is a mixed purpose community with both residential and commercial units. The handing over of units in Al Reem Island was delayed due to a couple of reasons but during the first quarter of 2011, the handing over process began