Oscar Rousseau from Construction Week Online has reported that Sobha Hartland in Dubai is progressing well. According to the article 83% of the infrastructure has been done, and there are some 3000 workers on this project.
As reported in CWO, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, Dubai based Sobha Hartland project is spread over 1km², and rapidly progressing as numerous homes are completed within the scheme, and another phase of infrastructural work nears completion.
Sobha Hartland construction cost is estimated at $2.5bn (AED9.1bn), while its overall sale value is expected to be around $4bn (AED14.6bn).
Comprising 5,000 apartments and 353 villas, parts of Sobha Hartland – 30% of which is made up of open green spaces – are currently at various stages of development.
Sobha Hartland is being developed by Sobha Group, which founder PNC Menon told Construction Week is also planning to build a 60-storey skyscraper in Dubai.