Mushrif Central Park website launches

Last week, Ideal Interface launched the new Mushrif Central Park website. The site shows the plans for the exciting redevelopment of Mushrif Park into a new community park on the main island of Abu Dhabi.<

Mushrif Central Park will feature many new attractions and facilities including an interactive Children’s Museum and Petting Zoo.

Water features and fountains abound throughout the 14 hectares of tranquil gardens and tree-lined promenades, while over 3km of walking and jogging trails traverse the Park.

For horticulturists or those who just enjoy flora and fauna, there will be a Botanic Garden and Shade House to enjoy, while Abu Dhabi’s arts and cultural heritage will be nurtured through the Performing Arts Centre and Sculpture Garden, all located within the Park.

Sustainability is at the heart of the Park’s design with plans already in place to ensure that over 250 existing broadleaf and palm trees, that are over 25 years old, will be removed from the site, stored and replanted in the redeveloped park.

Over 10% of the overall park will be re-vegetated with indigenous and naturalised species and reclaimed grey water will save up to 40% of consumption.

The sheer size and symmetry of Mushrif Central Park allows for endless exploration and investigation. Connecting people through the environment and landscape, Mushrif Central Park will become an integral part of people’s lives.

The redevelopment is being carried out by Seba Properties LLC, and Ideal Interface were commissioned to develop the dual language website, working alongside their sister brand agency, BrandFaith and PR agency M&N.

http://www.mushrifcentralpark.ae

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