The Dh87 million beach destination project Al Hira Beach.
PHOTO BY SHUROOQ
SHARJAH – A new skatepark is being developed in Al Hira Beach as part of new attractions in the area, according to the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq).
Scooter rider champion Dakota Schuetz, also known as Kota, helped design the pro skatepark called KOTA Skatepark. Work on the skatepark and Al Hira Beach is due for completion in the first quarter of 2022.
“I am truly excited to collaborate with Shurooq on the KOTA Skatepark project in Al Hira Beach in Sharjah which will allow people to be active and have fun in a safe environment,” Schuetz said.
The skatepark will feature different ramps for all levels and different roller sports which include skateboarding, roller skating, scootering and bicycle motocross (BMX).
The skatepark will also feature a special pump track around the outside of the skatepark as a dedicated section for kids under complete safety regulations and measures.
“With the new KOTA Skatepark attraction under development, Al Hira Beach is set to become one of the most popular beach destinations in the UAE for visitors and tourists, offering a complete new set of unique beach tourism experiences that contribute to reinforcing Sharjah as a focal destination for investments in the region,” said Khalid Ibrahim Al Qaseer, Director of Operations at Shurooq.
Al Hira Beach, where the skatepark is located, is a Dh87 million beach destination project that will include children’s playgrounds, restaurants and cafes. ICA/Expat Media
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