Luxury housing project opens in Bahrain
Manama, May 27, 2012
Fontana Towers, a $136 million luxurious living project comprising four towers and 400 apartments on the Juffair waterfront in Bahrain, has been officially opened for living.
The tower was inaugurated by Sheikh Hisham Abdulrahman Al Khalifa, governor of Ministry of the Interior Capital Governorate in the presence of top officials of Bahrain-based mortgage finance provider Sakana Holistic Housing Solutions and the project developer The Developers including Anayat Jaberi Jamal and Abdrabalnabi Ahmed Almaa.
Fontana Towers is a symbol of luxury and modern living comprising studios, one, two and three bedroom apartments and exclusive penthouses in four interconnected skyscrapers.
Its key features include ladies spa, temperature-controlled indoor pool, hydrotherapy pool, communal outdoor swimming pool with sundeck, health club, tennis, basketball and squash courts, indoor games room, kids play area, mini-theatre, restaurant, fully equipped business centre and convenience stores.
Commenting on the launch, Abdul Ghaffar Al Kooheji, the director of The Developers said: 'We take this opportunity to thank the contractors, suppliers and business partners who have completed the project successfully despite delays due to challenging market conditions over the past few years.'
'We are very pleased to have set a new benchmark in property development with Fontana Towers adding to the sky line of Bahrain.We believe the development will be a popular choice for Bahrainis, Expatriates and GCC nationals,' Al Kooheji remarked.
'We are thankful to Sakana for providing property consulting service and mortgage finance to this project. We are very grateful to the government authorities for providing utmost support and cooperation during construction of the development,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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