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Bahrain's major projects showcased at Dubai expo.

Dubai: Bahrain's Pavilion showcased to international real estate investors a number of leading developments in the kingdom at Cityscape Global event, which started yesterday at Dubai World Trade Centre.

The Bahrain Pavilion presented four landmark investment projects across the kingdom: Diyar Al Muharraq, innovative urban development including the distinctive Dragon City; Bahrain Bay, a waterfront district at the heart of Manama; Durrat Al Bahrain, a hallmark island city; and Hasabi, a project under Manara Developments, a real estate development company with a portfolio of residential and light industrial sector projects.

The $3.2 billion Diyar Al Muharraq is a unique master-planned city surrounded by 40km of waterfront and beaches with a range of housing and quality lifestyle options. The project offers a comprehensive blend of residential and commercial properties, hotels, schools and hospitals - aimed at creating a long-term, sustainable and attractive township for people.

Bahrain Bay, a $2.5bn waterfront development on the northern coastline of Manama, is a mixed-use development designed to include residential, commercial, retail, tourism, and community facilities and public amenities.

Manara Developments showcases its portfolio of projects worth an estimated $2.6bn, comprising mixed-use, residential, commercial and light-industrial developments.

Manara Developments strives to deliver socially-aware projects designed to create a sustainable environment for the community to thrive.

The $6bn Durrat Al Bahrain, located on the southern coast, is a mixed-use development offering residential accommodations, offices, luxury hotels and spa resorts, parks and entertainment areas, mosques and international schools, premier retail malls and restaurants, as well as "Durrat Marina".

Also present at Bahrain's Pavilion is the Bahrain World Trade Centre (BWTC). Strategically situated on the Manama waterfront in the heart of the kingdom's primary business centre, BWTC offers proximity to several banks and ministries, the Diplomatic Area, and Manama, the financial centre. The exclusive Moda Mall is also one of the main attractions of the property, offering first class shopping and dining options.

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Geographic Code:7BAHR
Date:Sep 7, 2016
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