Sharjah’s investment arm launches ‘Industrial Village’ project
The Al Saja'a Industrial Village project includes 100 units of showrooms, warehouses and open spaces
The government of Sharjah’s investment arm, Sharjah Asset Management, has launched the Al Saja’a Industrial Village project, which includes 100 units of showrooms, warehouses and open spaces for industrial and commercial investors.
Located on Emirates Bypass Road, the Industrial Village caters to individuals and corporate investors who wish to rent ready-to-use units for their business in various sectors, including logistics, technology, industry, transportation, oil and gas, as well as other industries that require a designated location and large areas.
“We are delighted to launch this new project which highlights the Sharjah Government’s development plans for the growth of various sectors,” said Mohammed Bin Essa, chief asset management officer of Sharjah Asset Management. “The plan also aims to attract investors to the emirate, by providing ready units, connected to world-class infrastructure.”
“All the logistics required by the projects to start work in Al Saja’a Industrial Village will be available,” he added.
Al Saja’a Industrial Village also includes 20 showrooms or restore stores ranging in size from 2,500 to 4,200 square feet which can be used for supermarkets, restaurants or to display products.
The site also includes 30 leasing warehouses 5,000 square feet in size.
There will also be 50 open yards for sale, which can be used to store building materials and for other commercial activities. Each yard ranges from 11,000 to 20,000 square feet in size.
Published by Arabian Business on 6th Oct 2019. You can view the original post on https://www.arabianbusiness.com/construction/429697-sharjahs-investment-arm-launches-industrial-village-project
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