The Capital Development Authority (CDA) approved the design of the first 36-story residential building in Pakistan and five multi-story buildings in the city.
The plan was approved at a meeting of the Design Vetting Committee (DVC) of the Capital Development Authority (CDA), which was held under the chairman of the Member Plan.
The conference also approved multi-story development projects covering an area of 1.5 million square feet. Pakistan's tallest 36-story residential building will be built on the F-10 Markaz in the city of Islamabad, of which 70% will remain green. DVC has also approved two residential apartments, a school, and two commercial projects.
Building construction will also enhance the city's beauty and make Islamabad one of the developed cities.
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