Hulhumalé is a reclaimed island located in Kaafu Atoll, the Maldives.
The artificial island was reclaimed to establish a new land mass to meet the existing and future
housing, industrial and commercial development demands of the Malé region.
Reclamation of Hulhumalé began on October 16, 1997 on the Hulhulé-Farukolhufushi lagoon 1.3 km off the north west coast of Malé. Initial reclamation (or Phase I) consisting of 45% of land mass was carried out by the Ministry of Construction and Public Works (MCPW) costing $11 million The project was then continued by a Belgian Joint Venture Company, International Port Engineering and Management (IPEM) and Dredging International (DI) costing an estimated $ 21 million.
Stage 1A (completed)
A 280 room apartment complex with a combination of 2,3 and 4 bedroom units
An integrated primary and secondary school housing 20 classrooms
A public building for government and social requirements containing 32 units
A Hospital with 50 bed capacity
A Mosque for 1500 persons
Four commercial buildings with a total of 48 units
An asphalt-paved road network approximately 12.5 km long
An adequate land space for the cultivation of indigenous plants and imported varieties
232 Condominium housing units
120 Basic housing units
169 Beach plots
56 Standard plots,
132 Terraced houses
280 Housing units
57 Residential beach front plots
109 Residential beach plots
56 Residential standard plots.
132 Plots for terraced housing
A public building with 32 public units
15 Industrial and commercial land plots with an average of 1,000 m2 per unit
1900 Housing units
Stage 2 (targeted for 2016)
2950 Housing units
Stage 3 (targeted for 2020)
3075 Housing units
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