Saturday, September 19, 2020

MARASSI BOULEVARD CONTRACT AWARDED TO  KOOHEJI CONTRACTORS

Eagle Hills Diyar, developer of distinguished urban project Marassi Al Bahrain, has awarded the main construction contract for its 38,500sqm Marassi Boulevard residential component to Kooheji Contractors, which brings 40 years of construction, civil engineering and design experience.

Marassi Boulevard is a four-building apartment complex that will offer views of the landscaped Marassi Al Bahrain community. Lined with 700sqm of retail space, the residences face Marassi Galleria, and are within walking distance to its bustling seafront promenade.

Dr Maher Alshaer, Managing Director of Eagle Hills Diyar, commented: “As construction on Marassi Boulevard kicks off in October and piling begins for the full four-building development and retail space, including all amenities – the development is set to be ready for handover within 24 months. With the support of our selected partners to bring our development to life, we are confident in our ability to deliver an unprecedented lifestyle destination in the Kingdom. A contemporary design, fine material, natural lighting and spectacular views make Marassi Boulevard the premier metropolitan experience in Bahrain. The architectural style also complements the natural surroundings, so that the buildings perfectly blend within our masterplan for urban living.”

Marassi Boulevard is a short walk from Marassi Al Bahrain’s 2-km beachfront promenade, the island’s new-to-market hotels, The Address Marassi Al Bahrain and VIDA Marassi Al Bahrain, and the landmark shopping and entertainment destination, Marassi Galleria, offering convenient access to extensive retail, restaurants and café options. The four towers will offer great views and house a collection of 240 elegantly designed and spacious studio, one, two, and three bedroom apartments, staggered across nine storeys. The four buildings are clustered around a lushly landscaped courtyard creating a semi-gated community where all amenities such as the gym, swimming pools, children’s play area, and basement parking offer private access.

This announcement follows the recent groundbreaking of Marassi Shores Residences, which is set to be completed by the third quarter of 2019. Works on the first phase is on track to deliver a unique master-planned urban development, offering 865,000 sqm of waterfront residential, hospitality, retail, and entertainment space.

Upon completion, Marassi Al Bahrain will be home to 22,000 residents with a total of 6,000 residences and a total retail space of 250,000sqm, making a significant contribution to Bahrain’s economy and creating over 1,200 jobs.

Visitors are invited to contact Marassi Al Bahrain Sales Centre on +973 7789 0020 or visit www.eaglehills.com for details.

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