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Old September 11, 2004, 05:09 PM
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Default Karachi Creek City [Waterfront Development]

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Old September 11, 2004, 05:11 PM
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Creek Towers

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If you are looking at new concepts of living,Creek Towers is just the place. These spectacular high rise waterfront towers directly overlook the waters of Gizri Creek.The dynamic two building complex, offers unparalleled views of the Arabian Sea, Karachi Creek and Mangroues,and the DHA golf course.
Being part of Creek Towers living means more than just living in a dream home perched high. It establishes residents as a member of a community of unparalleled distinction, in the most prestigious part of Karachi

Layout of the First Phase

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Creek Terraces

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Karachi Creek City Continued

Creek Stadium

A full-facility, international level stadium with an open air design, with a modern sports complex and hostel facility is planed for use of the DHA schools and Creek City residents.This stadium would provide the venue to attract major sporting events. There would be an Olympic sized pool along with basket ball, tennis and volley ball courts outside the athleletic track venue.

Creek Stadium Site Plan

http://www.creekcity.net/images/stadiumfp.jpg

Leisure

Raffles Town Club, Karachi

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Right next to the exclusive Creek Marina will be the talk of the town. A five acre international standard town club that will provide seven star facilities to its members. The DHA Country and Ggolf Club and the Marina Club will become a part of the town club. The Raffles Group of Singapore has entered into a joint venture with DHA, meinhardt to develop it as part of their international chain of hotels and recreational clubs.

Golf Club

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The Defence Authority Country & Golf Club is laid out on an area of 130 Acres. It has 18 holes and its par value is 72 strokes. Total yardage of the course is 6693 yards. The course was laid out by Mr. Donald Steel, a well known British golf course architect. It was developed in two phases. First 9 holes were opened to public on 28 April 1997 in Phase-I. Back 9 holes were developed in Phase-II and were inaugurated on 30 August 1998. The facilities available at that time were, a snack bar, practice range and the course itself. Later,an administration block and club house were constructed to match it with other golf courses in the country. Defence Authority Country & Golf Club is affiliated with Pakistan Golf Federation and Sindh Golf Association.

The Club holds major tournaments whenever deputed by various golf organizations.

Marina Club

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The DHA Marina Club is planned to shif to a new site over-looking the blue waters of Korangi Creek right in the picturesque setting of the Creek City. This club would be providing the facilities of Diving, Fishing, Water Skiing, Rowing, Sailing, Yachting, Canoeing, Wind Surfing and Para Sailing etc. There is a plan for holding Sailing Courses and Championships. The Marina Club facility would also be available for parties and musical concerts as well as other cultural activities

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Old September 11, 2004, 05:18 PM
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DHA launches $1.5bn Waterfront Development Project

*Exchequer to get $76 million annual profit, 120,000 jobs to be created

By our correspondent

KARACHI: The Creek City--a 90 acre housing project to be built as one of seven phases of Defence Housing Authority's (DHA) Waterfront Development Project, was launched at the DHA Golf & Country Club, at a colourful and impressive ceremony that went on till late on Saturday night.

The housing project envisaging building of advanced and luxurious apartments in DHA Phase-VIII overlooking the beauty of the Arabian Sea, was launched jointly by Corps Commander, Karachi Lt Gen Tariq Waseem Ghazi and Secretary, Ministry of Defence Lt Gen (retd) Hamid Nawaz Khan.

The serene and green environment of DHA's Golf Club provided a bonus treat for the audience at the launching ceremony, who also enjoyed well the wet breeze blowing from the sea. The audience comprised dignitaries, high-ranking officials of the armed forces and civil administration, leading businessmen, industrialists and celebrities from show business, media and sports.

The ambitious and heavy-budgeted project having 4,000 residential units and spread over four phases, would also offer the unique facilities of clubhouses, community centres, amphitheatres, retail areas and day care centres.

Phase-I of the project, better known as Creek Vistas offering 17 1/2 acres of land for building of twelve 14-storeyed apartment blocks, providing 624 housing units in all, was estimated to be completed in a 30-month period.

The launching ceremony of Creek City also provided the formal commencement of the registration process for booking of apartments at Creek Vistas, which would be accorded through a balloting process to be held in August this year.

Another hallmark of the project was the vision to build 30-storeyed twin towers providing 240 housing units in Phase-II B of the Creek City to be be called as Creek Towers.

"The project once built and completed will truly usher Pakistan into the era of housing schemes of the 21st century and also elevate the status of residential facilities here at par with those offered in most advanced and developed countries," said a housing consultant associated with the Creek City Project at the ceremony.

While, a documentary and presentation shown on the occasion informed that the Water Front Development Project as conceived by DHA, envisages the development of the unspoilt, unexploited and virgin 14-kilometre shoreline from Old Casino to the Golf Course in DHA Phase-VIII.

The documentary especially produced for the occasion, divulged that the beach to be developed after dividing it into seven zones from A to G, would provide the construction of an office and commercial complex, monumental tower of 500-600 feet height, amusement park, five-star hotel, amphitheatre complex and water sports facilities.

Besides provision of two parking zones at each end of the developed beach accommodating 4,000 to 5,000 vehicles, the project envisages the transition facilities of a tramway, cable cars between the two parking zones and ferries to be plied in a canal running parallel to the tram track.

Secretary Defence, Lt Gen (retd) Hamid Nawaz Khan said that credit went to the past and present administrations of DHA for turning it into the premium housing society of the country.

While congratulating DHA for completion of 50 years since its inception, he also expressed the desire that the Authority would surely undertake efforts to convert Karachi into a modern metropolis of the country at par with international standards.

Hamid Nawaz, also chairman of the DHA governing body, accentuated the need for developing Karachi into a modern metropolitan keeping in view its centrality, as a hub of business and economic activities in the country.

He expressed his firm confidence that Creek City would certainly emerge as a model residential project for its competitors, willing to develop housing schemes on the most modern lines.

Commander 5 Corps Lt Gen Tariq Waseem Ghazi said that launching of the Waterfront Development Project had coincided with the golden jubilee celebrations of DHA.

He maintained that the credit for conceiving the Waterfront Development Project along with the Creek City could not be given to a single person, rather it was the teamwork of dedicated and committed professionals and consultants working in collaboration with DHA.

Lt Gen Ghazi, also president of DHA's Executive Board, said that only after he had assumed the charge of corps commander, a vision and plan was conceived and implemented for the development of the 14-kilometre waterfront under the jurisdiction of DHA. He commented that prior to his assumption of duties in Karachi, no desire, initiative or plan was present to productively exploit the premium shoreline of Karachi.

He was of the view that after the development of the Creek City project, the DHA was sure to become a modern and visionary housing scheme of the 21st century, abandoning behind, its posture of a conventional housing society.

About the economic dimensions of the Waterfront project, the corps commander said that a total investment of $1.5 billion had been earmarked for the project, while adding that the country's GDP was expected to be benefited to the tune of $4.4 billion with an annual benefit of around $76 million. He further informed that the project was estimated to make a profit of nearly half-a-billion US dollars every year.

The corps commander said that around 120,000 job opportunities were expected to be evolved from undertaking the project, consisting of around 80,000 direct employment opportunities with the DHA and the rest being indirect job openings related to the project.

He informed that with the revenue generated from the Waterfront Development Project, a rapid development of DHA Phase-VIII would also be undertaken, spread over a span of over five years, while redevelopment and raising of infrastructures would also be made underway in rest of the DHA phases within a time frame of three to five years.

Besides these prospective developmental activities for the benefit of DHA residents, Lt Gen Ghazi said that power generation and water-recycling facilities through desalination process would also be developed for uninterrupted supply of civic utilities at cheap costs.

Administrator DHA Brig Asif Ghazali said that spread over 9,000 acres of land and divided into eight phases, DHA was the largest real estate development scheme of the country.

He said that the quality of services and residential facilities being provided by the defence authority had made DHA synonymous with a lifestyle of cleanliness, calmness, tranquillity and affluence.

He said that the Waterfront Development Project envisaged the creation of a self-sufficient marina city with an integrated vehicular management system, indigenous water supply and power generation systems, five-star hotels and motels and recreational areas including the country's first amusement park of international standards.

Kaleem-ur-Rehman, President Askari Bank Limited, which is also commissioning the project said that his bank would provide every sort of facility and support for the comfort and convenience of those desiring to get registered for
booking of condominiums at the Creek City.

The launching ceremony hosted by leading showbiz artistes Moin Akhter and Samina Peerzada was followed by a lively and enthralling colourful fireworks show. Later, in the evening, a musical show was also held where country's leading pop singers performed.
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Old September 11, 2004, 05:24 PM
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Sultanzz, no offence friend, but you have posted far too many images and ones that are rather large indeed. The second image is particularly large.

Please read the Board Rules:
http://banglacricket.com/alochona/fa...age=forumrules

You could have instead provided us with a link to the brochure. Please do read over the rules and edit your post accordingly before one of the moderators asks you to do so.

Thanks

note: no worries though, I am no moderator

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Old September 11, 2004, 05:30 PM
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Okay guys, not to abuse the board rules, i have removed the [IMG], so you now have to click on the links to take you there, so please vote

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Old September 11, 2004, 05:33 PM
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Thanks a lot Sultanzz, it did take me some time to load the thread even though I have a perfectly good ADSL connection. The project itself is very nice indeed Do you intend on investing in it?
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Old September 11, 2004, 05:45 PM
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Can't now, its booked, when they opened the registration for the first apartment building (600 apartments), they were flooded with 7,000 applications, and this project has a total of 4,000 something apartments in it.

This is a nice project, but there are so many other projects, not sure where to invest !

i'll post pictures of some actual completed projects from Pakistan !

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Old September 11, 2004, 05:46 PM
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I hope this is not a taunting thread.
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Old September 11, 2004, 05:48 PM
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Arnab, why should it be taunting, I found it rather informative
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Old September 11, 2004, 05:49 PM
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what is a "taunting thread"?
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Old September 11, 2004, 05:52 PM
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um...... what is taunting thread Mr. Arnab ?

I've seen that you have problems with most of my posts, first of all when i post about Cricket or Sports, you say, I'm most "TOO MUCH" .....

This is called sharing information... and learning from each other, there is nothing wrong with that, i was reading about the Boshundhara city project about Dhakka posted by my Bengali brothers, that doesn't make that a "taunting thread" .. its called Sharing info,,, so please grow up
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Old September 11, 2004, 05:55 PM
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DHA Waterfront Development



UNIQUE WATER WORLD

Waterfront developments the world over show piece the city, mirroring the life and rhythm of its people. They are prime properties dedicated to harmonious living, casual entertainment, classy dining, multifaceted recreation, family outings- the ideal one-stop living environment. In Karachi, Pakistan Defence Officers Housing Authority (or DHA, as it is fondly called) has a virgin, unspoilt waterfront of nearly 14 kilometers begging to be developed. From the windswept Arabian Coast to the colored waters of Gizri Creek lies an opportunity that awaits fresh initiatives. The residents of Karachi are soon to see a qualitative change in their lives and in their concepts of relaxation style and fun.

DHA is constantly endeavoring to enrich the environment. It cannot choose to ignore the possibilities that its waterfront offers. Therefore, it has embarked on an ambitious and modern programme through a painstakingly produced master-plan for its water front developments.

PROCESS & RATIONALE

The master-plan for DHA waterfront developments has evolved over many hours of labor. It has been subjected to competitive evaluation and finalized through an integration of the best elements. A detailed Terms of Reference Memos was given to 19 outstanding architects in Pakistan. Their submissions were scrutinized by an 'Award Committee' that found the design concepts of Messrs Shakeel S Hyder, Consultant Tech International and Meinhardt as the top three entries. Mr. Shakeel S Hyder was then hired to integrate the leading designs under direct DHA supervision. The mater-plan divides the waterfront of 14 kilometers into seven distinct Zones (A to G) in harmony with the terrain characteristics. Parameters were then established to allocate compatible activities to each Zone. The aim is to achieve a harmonious blend overall, while ensuring that activities do not conflict within adjoining Zones.
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Old September 11, 2004, 07:25 PM
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um...... what is taunting thread Mr. Arnab ?

I've seen that you have problems with most of my posts, first of all when i post about Cricket or Sports, you say, I'm most "TOO MUCH" .....

This is called sharing information... and learning from each other, there is nothing wrong with that, i was reading about the Boshundhara city project about Dhakka posted by my Bengali brothers, that doesn't make that a "taunting thread" .. its called Sharing info,,, so please grow up
You posted almost nothing at all about cricket. 80% of your posts so far have been about some Pakistani project. That in and of itself is ok, but I have a feeling that's all you want to post here.

And this is a Bangladeshi cricket fan site, so OBVIOUSLY you will read threads about Boshundhara city project, because it is located in Bangladesh. But that doesn't mean we are interested in ALL the projects in all the countries in the world. Did any Bangladeshi go to a Pakistani forum and started posting about Bashundhara? No.

If you are coming here to mainly talk about Pakistan's projects or whatever (which you are certainly doing right now), make a single thread titled "Pakistan News" and put all your posts in there.
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Old September 11, 2004, 07:51 PM
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Actually, i didn't see that Bangladeshi project on this site, it was on some other Bangladeshi forum, and saw it on some Pakistani forum too, had a nice talk about it, liked it.

If you think i haven't posted anything about cricket, please go to the Intl Cricket section and see for yourself.

Even one of your Admin said that he loved architecture, and would be interested in more. So please, if your not interested, you are not forced to visit, you shouldn't click on anything Pakistani then , alrite ?
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Quote:
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um...... what is taunting thread Mr. Arnab ?

I've seen that you have problems with most of my posts, first of all when i post about Cricket or Sports, you say, I'm most "TOO MUCH" .....

This is called sharing information... and learning from each other, there is nothing wrong with that, i was reading about the Boshundhara city project about Dhakka posted by my Bengali brothers, that doesn't make that a "taunting thread" .. its called Sharing info,,, so please grow up
You posted almost nothing at all about cricket. 80% of your posts so far have been about some Pakistani project. That in and of itself is ok, but I have a feeling that's all you want to post here.

And this is a Bangladeshi cricket fan site, so OBVIOUSLY you will read threads about Boshundhara city project, because it is located in Bangladesh. But that doesn't mean we are interested in ALL the projects in all the countries in the world. Did any Bangladeshi go to a Pakistani forum and started posting about Bashundhara? No.

If you are coming here to mainly talk about Pakistan's projects or whatever (which you are certainly doing right now), make a single thread titled "Pakistan News" and put all your posts in there.
I agree.

There is nothing wrong with sharing information. However, you almost exclusively have been posting information related to Pakistan. It looks as though your intentions are to brag or advertize. It'd be nice if you could post informative stuff which people would actually "care" about.
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Umm..... dude... if you call this bragging..... i have to laugh at you .... cause this is not even the top of the line project in Pakistan, had to open up a thread, so that i could know what the Bangladeshis think of our architecture..

anyways, you can call it whatever you want, cause i opened up only two threads in this "Forget Cricket", how does that even show that i'm bragging or advertising ? if i was here to brag or advertise, i'd open up threads after thread, so please stop being an anti-pak bengali and grow up

and who ever gave this a 1, i think was being honest

i guess you guys got some really good architecture in Bangladesh then, this ain't no match, no wonder it has a 1, but thats cool, i appreciate
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anyways, you can call it whatever you want, cause i opened up only two threads in this "Forget Cricket", how does that even show that i'm bragging or advertising ?
Yes 2 threads with repeated posts. You can already see how much we "appreciate" your contribution. The number of replies says it all. Anyway, you post all you like. Don't whine if not everyone likes it. It's not your posts that make me (or Arnab) feel this way, but the apparent mentality and intentions that drive you.

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if i was here to brag or advertise, i'd open up threads after thread, so please stop being an anti-pak bengali and grow up
Who are you to tell me to grow up? I am not anti-pak. None of my posts suggest otherwise. Quit yammering immature and judgemental remarks. You are hereby added to ignore.
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I think we should re-define what kind of posts are acceptable here. May be it is not clear to everyone. I find part of this last post highly objectionable. If I am interested to find out anything about Pakistan I will find ways to do so. I don't need to read such posts.
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Obviously I meant Sultanzz's post.
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Old September 11, 2004, 09:49 PM
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I think we should re-define what kind of posts are acceptable here. May be it is not clear to everyone. I find part of this last post highly objectionable. If I am interested to find out anything about Pakistan I will find ways to do so. I don't need to read such posts.
Yes, if you guys are not interested, then i don't see why you guys even came to this thread in the first place, and started replying here.

and Cricket46, you said you don't want such posts to find out about Pakistan, then i don't understand why did you open up the thread when the title clearly states "Karachi Creek City" ... and Karachi is in Pakistan, not Bangladesh,, your actions contradict your words. so please from now on, both of you refrain from responding in any sort of Pakistani topic, may that be cricket or "forget cricket" topics, your replies are not welcommed.

and since you guys are not interested in Pakistan, don't give me that "we can go anywhere we want, and reply anywhere we want", if you don't like Pakistan, don't reply in our threads! Simple as that !
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Sultanzz! It may seem like we are ganging up on you friend but we are not. No one in any of the posts have said anything anti-pak here. In fact Arnab and CB have taken great care to ensure that you are getting the right idea i.e. miscellanous development projects, or any other such news (e.g. a nice highway being built in Peshawar) do not interest most of our fans, not because they don't like Pakistan but because frankly they can't relate to any of it. A similar group of threads from an Indian fan, or an Aussie fan would draw similar responses from our fans. Interestingly we have fans from both of those countries but you will see they know better than to post about such events in their respective countries here in this forum. Hope that clarifies our concerns.

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Old September 11, 2004, 09:54 PM
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Pompous,

Good reply, i like it, you seem like a nice person.

First of all, i opened a thread on South Asia's tallest hotel. That does affect you guys, unless you guys consider your self in South East Asia, so that was a topic of interest.

And this second topic, i opened it up, so that i could get an idea of what the Bangladeshi brothers think of our architecture, if i wanted to start bragging or showing off, i could've opened up a development thread, and showed off, but i didn't do that, just wanted to get some ratings, but oh well.....

plus, i was invited to this forum, doesn't really sound like a friendly forum
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Old September 11, 2004, 09:58 PM
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Hello, .

How is going buddy? Ya I invited u to be part of this fun forum. The thing is what ur posting in the Forget Forum, I think most of us don't have interest in it. Because most of us aren't Pakistani. So u know post something that we all will find interesting, ok. Don't tell us to have interest in something that we really don't have any interest. But I like what ur posting in the International Cricket link. That is suppose to be about in'national cricket.
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Old September 11, 2004, 10:08 PM
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Well, you asked me to post about the "Multi-National Force" ..... haha..

i don't think your Bengali brothers would find that interesting either ! and you wanted to post it ..... well, how about you post it,, and lets see if they find it interesting..

and everythingz fine..

i think we need more Pakistaniz on this forum.... hmm..
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Old September 11, 2004, 10:12 PM
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well, ya we all are interestesd in the war of west against terrorism. At least I am. So what happens there about this war, if I can see a picture of it, I'll feel lucky. So u know, I think thats more international and a issue that is more likely to have more interest of poeple world wide. So I think u better post that because thats what u post it on the other bengali forum.
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