Manara hands over Tubli Gardens villas
Manama, December 8, 2012
Manara Developments, a leading real estate development company in Bahrain, said it has started handing over the villas under phase I of the Tubli Gardens project to its owners.
A leading provider of innovative housing solution for middle to limited income earners, Manara said the phase one comprised 27 villas that were built in parallel in order to be delivered and handed over during the same time period.
The Tubli Gardens project consists of two designs; the “typical” design villas which are semi attached with its neighboring villas, and the other larger type “corner” villas, said the company in a statement.
Tubli Gardens illustrated modern architectural designs, considering the basic household privacy needs in addition to environmental considerations such as the modern energy conservation designs used to allow for natural lighting inside the villas and its fine attention to detail thus classifying Tubli Gardens as an environmentally friendly project.
Announcing the handover, Manara Developments managing director Dr Hasan Al-Bastaki said, “It is a special occasion for us here in Manara and equally to the home owners who are receiving the best available villas in the market, designed to display the latest architectural designs and to serve a significant emerging segment of society.”
"Launching Tubli project and the interest that it received was the beginning of a series of different housing projects which adopted recent advancements in construction field - be it designs or quality of materials used or the apt pricing which serves the largest possible number of potential citizens."
This, said Dr Bastaki, has balanced Manara’s vision of leading housing projects in partnership with Bahrain Government and provision of affordable housing with the highest possible value for money.
One of the villa owners, Noor Ahmed Abid said, "Manara’s project has fulfilled the requirements of a modern life that we as a family hope to have in our house in terms of comfortable designs, utilities, and the high quality standards that were followed with the construction materials and the villa’s finishing works.”
Another owner, Ahmed Shawqi Abdul Aziz highlighted the convenience of “Manara’s” transparent communication throughout the various stages of the construction of his villa.
"Manara’s commitment to share the progress of the construction of every phase has given us comfort on the progress of our villa”, said an elated Abdul Aziz.
“Manara provided us with periodical reports to monitor the work in progress throughout the different stages of construction, which enabled us to ensure that our requirements are being met," he added.
Ali Adel Ali Mirza who received the keys today said Tubli Gardens project came as fulfilling to the needs of the modern Bahraini Family in terms of offering all what is needed in one’s house for life.
"In terms of design, it considered the structure of Bahraini families’ lifestyle and more importantly, the company completed the project with the highest standards to ensure the highest quality of construction materials used, appropriate pricing and on time delivery," he added.
Dr Al-Bastaki said amongst the main elements that aided the success of Tubli Gardens was “its family orientated designs, strategic location, quality of construction and finishing, and most importantly competitive pricing.”
Manara is currently leading three projects targeted at middle and limited income earners in several locations across the Kingdom.
"Amongst these activities are the Phase I of Janayin Al Hamala which will deliver 148 villas, and Wahat Al Muharraq which is more than 70 per cent completed.-TradeArabia News Service
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