US $34.5 million Bahrain Al Marsa tower contract awarded

Bahrain government has allowed selling of freehold property to expatriates

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By  Eudore Chand Published  February 12, 2005

The construction contract for the Meena 7 Towers, part of the Al Marsa Floating City in Manama, Bahrain, has been awarded to Charilaos Apostolides (Chapo). Work on the $34.5 million (BD13 million) project, which commenced recently, will be completed within a two-year period, said Adel Al Sada, general manager of Al Saraya Properties. Al Marsa Floating City is located off the coast of Muharraq and is part of the Amwaj Islands. Al Saraya Properties, the project developers, also announced that they would begin selling the property. Meena 7 Towers comprises seven stunning condominiums spanning an area of 22 722 m2 with 213 apartments, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, spa, business centre, children’s playground and a private beach. Every tower blends traditional architecture with all the modern amenities and facilities to ensure a comfortable and safe lifestyle. “Conceptualised by the world-renowned residential resort architect, Bernard Spoerry, Meena 7’s design spells an Arabic touch and has been themed as a heritage development. The Al Marsa Floating City with Meena 7 Towers at the Town Centre is the first of its kind in the Gulf region and located in the vicinity of Muharraq,” says Jamal Darkan, managing director, ARC International. “The Meena 7 Towers welcomes you to a whole new world of exciting lifestyle. The splendid lobbies in each building open up new dimensions in terms of comfort and luxury. “The apartments — which range from single bedroom to triple bedroom options — are airy and spacious offering views of the spectacular Al Marsa Floating City on one side, and the sea on the other side,” he added. Each of the towers at Meena 7 is well-equipped and serviced with all the facilities such as a swimming pool, health club and spa with jacuzzi, steam and sauna, two elevators per building, a reliable building maintenance system, round-the-clock security and garbage and sewerage system. Amwaj Islands have been granted special permission by the Government of Bahrain to sell freehold property, not only to Bahraini nationals, but also to expatriates.

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