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A++ for Al Hamra Falcon Island project

Al Hamra Real Estate Development has announced A++ as the lead architects for a scheme that will see 150 luxury villas constructed as part of its Falcon Island scheme. The development will include no less than 11 mansions with intensions for the scheme to become the first real estate development in the GCC region to achieve LEED Platinum certification.

Benoy Kurien, General Manager at Al Hamra said: “Without doubt the visionary minds behind Al Hamra Real Estate Development and the innovative approach of A++, will enable us to achieve excellence and develop a highly innovative sustainable residential offering. Together, we will work to provide the market with the highest standard of luxury living for both today’s and future generations.”

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