Mauritius Heritage City is a new masterplan project located in Mauritius, developed on a 145 Ha land at an area known as Highlands.
In an effort to alleviate traffic in the capital Port-Louis and facilitate the port’s expansion, the Government’s administration offices including all ministries, the parliament and the Prime Minister’s office will be moved from the capital to Heritage City.
Palm Jumeirah is an artificial archipelago in Dubai, United Arab Emirates developed by using land reclamation and it consists of a crown with 17 fronds and a surrounding crescent island that forms an 11 km long breakwater.
The project spreads over 5km x 5km and has added 78 kilometer to Dubai coastline. The development comprises circa 4000 residential units and signature hotels.
Project value is approximately US $10 Billion and was successfully delivered in 2008.
Jumeirah Islands is a residential development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and lies inland from Dubai Marina along the Sheikh Zayed Road located between interchanges 5 and 6.
Jumeirah Islands consists of 50 charming small islands, named as clusters, each comprising sixteen individually styled villas (total 736 villas) with individual swimming pools. The project also hosts a restaurant a club house and a market and luxurious amenities. An artificial lake has been created to allow for island feel for each villa. The project was successfully completed by the end of 2006.
The project spreads over 300 ha with a value of US$ 340 Million
Ibn Battuta Mall is world’s largest themed mall, designed to celebrate the journey of the famous Arab explorer Ibn Battuta.
The Mall spreads across 52 ha with 6 courts that reflect the different regions through which Ibn Battuta travelled: Andalusia, Tunisia, Egypt, Persia, India and China and hosts more than 270 shops and a 21 screen cinema. Project delivered in 2005.
Downtown Jebel Ali is a mixed-use development that spreads over a 207 Ha divided in four zones with a total of 6.5 Million m2 of BUA.
The development has pioneered innovative features such as internal people mover, connection metro and green technologies. The project has a value of US$3 Billion and 1st phase “The Galleries” was delivered in 2009.
Arabian Canal is a 12,000 ha mixed-use development planned around a 75 km man-made fully navigable canal with bridges, marinas, islands and beaches. The project is planned to be built in the vicinity of Al Maktoum Airport and aims to be the new destination with the potential to change the landscape of Dubai. Once completed, the massive Jebel Ali land mass will be transformed to an island.
The project consists of mix of sustainable high-density urban centers with low-rise secluded developments. The project is on hold since 2009.
Al Wasl is one of the largest projects in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with a value of US$ 7 Billion and is spread over 1,400 ha land. Project is a sustainable mixed use development aimed to be the trend setter in the region and consists of more than 50,000 units with 300,000 residents.
1st phase of the project is underway.
Once completed, it would be one of the most iconic projects in China on a 48 Ha land out of which 15 would be reclaimed.
The project combines the private and public spaces including the parks, marinas, amphitheater, performing arts center, iconic hotels, retail and leisure amenities ina unique way.
Project was secured via a government tender together with the debt finance. However, the shareholders then decided to exit the project.
Zagorodny Kvartal is a 112 ha mixed-use development to be developed in 6 phases and is planned in the 24 north of Moscow city center positioned as a new style of development that will radically change the way people live in Russia by bringing the great outdoor into everyday lives of residents. The project has won development awards in Russia which demonstrates its uniqueness and innovative character.
The project consists of 5300 units for a 12,000 residents with a mix of apartments, townhomes and villas. Phase 1 is already under construction and buildings are being delivered starting from the beginning of 2014.
Monaco Urbanization is a mixed use development with a total estimated value of US$3.1 billion spanning a 12 Ha land .
Having led a multi-disciplinary consortium with Monte-Carlo Sea Land project was secured via a tender. Project is put on hold due to 2008 financial crisis.
STREE was assigned to bring together a team of experts to assess the prevailing conditions and determine potential solutions for dealing with rising sea levels, worsening storms, coastal erosion and morphological changes.
The Client, Ghantoot Group, intends to develop a shopping mall on a land of 21,000 sq.ft located in Umm Suqeim in Dubai, UAE. The project name is announced as “GN Plaza”.
The project will be located in Abu Dhabi and will have a capacity to house 120 to 150 collection cars of the Client.The museum will have various hierarchies of entrances (for staff, public and for VIP’s). The gallery is designed to illustrate a story (time, category, design of the cars) with controlled lighting and clustering and is ideally to be arranged in levels so that more collection are visible from eye level.
The Lazuli tower is designed to give apartments a stunning view of the lagoon or City by redefining standards of luxury with duplex units. The Tower will be a truly architectural vision, certain to take its place as an icon not only in Sharjah but in the world designed by world-renowned architects.