Manara set to deliver new villas by June
Manama, April 14, 2012
Bahrain-based Manara Developments has completed a major phase in the development of a new villa project, bringing the completion to about 90 per cent and expects to deliver the units by June, said its managing director.
Dr Hasan Al Bastaki added that Manara has completed the finishing works of the Tubli Gardens and the finishing of the outer walls, exterior painting and installation of windows and internal kitchens, expressing his content with the progress to date as per the delivery plans of the project.
He noted that the project is progressing at the desired rate in order to deliver the villas to their owners within the specified timeframe.
Manara Developments issues a periodical illustrated progress reports to its customers to keep them informed as the project progresses as a means of full transparency with its customers throughout the course of the project.
Manara aims to construct all the 27 villas of the development in parallel to be completed in one period.
The Tubli Gardens project conformed to modern architectural designs catering for family privacy requirements. In addition to that, the units have been built using modern energy conservation designs to allow for natural lighting inside the villas, and equipped with minimum power consumption applications thus classifying Tubli Gardens as an environmentally friendly project.
Amongst the villas’ main attributes is its comfort, and the freedom it provides to move and relocate some services, in addition to the capacity of vertical construction in the future upon the provision of drawings of up to three floors based on the needs of the owner, a statement said.
The villa consists of three bedrooms, an inside and outside kitchen, two bathrooms, and two living rooms, maid’s room, in addition to a garage with a capacity of two cars, and space to construct a backyard swimming pool.
The report revealed that the company is close to the completion of the final finishing works to the “corner” villas in parallel to a “Typical” type villa, which is semi-attached to another villa, aiming to develop it as a model home for the viewing of interested prospective buyers looking to invest in future phases of the project.
Dr Al Bastaki expressed his content with Manara’s success in meeting the growing demands for the villas at the appropriate cost for middle to limited income groups.
He noted the company receiving strong responses and a great deal of interest from the market which has led Manara to commence the implementation of the second phase of the project at a cost of up to BD4 million ($10.6 million).
The next phase will be similar to the first phase in terms of design, which will include 38 villas. – TradeArabia News Service
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