Abu Dhabi-based developer IMKAN has announced that the concrete substructure for its seven Pixel Towers on Reem Island is complete.
IMKAN added that the completion is an important landmark for the project, taking shape at IMKAN’s Makers District – a mixed-use hub aimed at creatives, entrepreneurs, innovators, and those with a strong sense of individualism.
Pixel is the first phase of Makers District, which is due for completion in 2021.
Once complete, the Pixel development will be home to 525 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom options. Alongside the residential offering will be 94 boutique office units and 14 retail outlets.
The entire seven-tower community is designed in partnership with the award-winning Dutch architectural firm MVRDV.
All seven towers are being built at once and handed over in a staged phase, with three towers launched to date.
A central focal point of the development is its pedestrianized plaza, which has been designed by Copenhagen-based architectural firm BIG.
Walid El Hindi, CEO of IMKAN Properties, says: “Pixel has been designed as a first-choice destination amid a vibrant neighborhood – home to a community of entrepreneurs and those with a millennial mindset. At IMKAN, we are committed to ensuring that as soon as our residents’ keys turn in their doors, they have everything they need - both in their homes and in their outside community.”
To learn more about Pixel, visit www.pixel.ae