Capital Development Authority Approves High-Rise Building Projects in Lucrative City Areas
Recently, the Capital Development Authority (CDA) committee approved the construction of high-rise buildings strategically positioned in lucrative areas across the city, according to a news report dated September 28th. A recent meeting of the CDA’s design evaluation panel, attended by representatives of the civic body’s planning division, resulted in this decision.
One project approved for construction is a towering 26-story hotel on Club Road, with a total area of 27,394.40 square yards. This project is expected to incur substantial costs and will involve a wide range of construction industries. In addition, the committee has approved the construction of a 15-story structure on plot B-2, occupying 1,333.33 square yards within the city’s New Blue Area.
The Asian Development Bank will also be housed in a nine-story building on a 4,840.40 square yard plot in Sector G-5 that has been approved for construction. Furthermore, the committee has approved plans for the construction of a nine-story building for the Institute of Cost Management Accounts of Pakistan.
The committee conducted a comprehensive review of essential documents in sectors I-8 and F-8 and authorized blueprints for buildings ranging from six to seven stories in these sectors. Islamabad’s growing commercial landscape has been enhanced by the expansion of its vertical infrastructure, which demonstrates the commitment of investors and developers.
In addition, the committee has approved the designs of three commercial buildings located within two private residential communities. These communities represent the diversity of development activities taking place in the city.