ASGC leads construction of Address Harbour Point Hotel

Construction work at Address Harbour Point Hotel in Dubai Creek Harbour is underway


Construction work at Address Harbour Point Hotel in Dubai Creek Harbour is underway.


ASGC one of the leading construction groups in the UAE, has been appointed as the main contractor of the Address Harbour Point project in Dubai Creek Harbour. With the ASGC team on-site, construction works are already underway.

Located on Creek Island Dubai, Address Harbour Point Hotel comprises two towers, 65 and 53 stories each, which are located next to Creek Heights, a collection of luxury waterfront homes. Featuring 202 luxury rooms, it will offer a choice of  one, two, three and four bedroom homes and an exclusive ‘Sky Collection’ of four and five bedroom penthouses on the upper levels.

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Bishoy Azmy, CEO of ASGC that has been delivering turnkey special projects across the UAE, said: “We are confident that Address Harbour Point will be a signature landmark. We will bring innovative technologies and deep sector experience to the project.”


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