Kooheji Development, one of the leading real estate developers in Bahrain, said one of its key projects - Onyx Bahrain Bay - has won top honours at the Arabian Property Awards in the Best Project in High-Rise Residential Development category.
The Arabian Property Awards, the largest and widely recognised award in the region, boasts an independent panel of over 80 industry experts. The judging panel is chaired by Lord Caithness, Lord Best and Lord Waverley, members of the House of Lords in the UK Parliament.
Kooheji Development will be honoured at the Arabian Property Awards in a virtual ceremony on November 5 for Onyx Bahrain Bay.
The Bahraini developer won the top award competing against the best property professionals across the Arab world.
The entries were judged by an independent panel that included Jill Keene, the Former Editor of International Property and Travel Magazine; Victoria Taylor, the current Editor of International Property & Travel Magazine and Del Hossain, the Managing Director of the Adrem Group, London.
The panel focuses on many aspects of high-rise residential developments, including the development design, quality, service, innovation, originality, and commitment to sustainability.
"Onyx Bahrain Bay was able to win the coveted award due to its uniqueness in many of these aspects," remarked Engineer Mohamed Abdulghaffar Al Kooheji, the General Manager of Kooheji Development.
"We are extremely proud of Onyx Bahrain Bay project achievement in winning the best project in the High-Rise Residential Development Category by the International Property Awards that is the world's largest and most prestigious award," he noted.
“Winning this award is recognition of the excellent service and the constant look for quality. As one of the key players in Bahrain’s real estate industry, Kooheji Contractors and Development strives to maintain its entrepreneurial spirit while seeking better ways of delivering projects,” he added.
Onyx Bahrain Bay is strategically located at Bahrain Bay, a global business, leisure and lifestyle destination that combines relaxation and luxury in the heart of the capital Manama.
The architectural design of the tower blends with the surrounding context, and its fully-glazed façade offers a strong connection with the site from all directions.
Additionally, the curvilinear layout of the building maximising the views and creates a unique outline for the project.
Residential apartments in Onyx Bahrain Bay provide a variety of layouts and sizes to cater to every luxury need ranging from one- to 3.5-bedroom apartments and four- and five-bedroom sky villas.
The tower is claimed to host the largest penthouses in Bahrain Bay that provide luxury, privacy and exclusivity, each covering two floors and 650 sq m of built-up area and offering top-of-the-line furnishing, spacious outdoor areas and its own private pools.
The different layouts developed with two themes have been created by top international award-winning interior designers for Onyx Bahrain Bay apartments, said Kooheji Development.
Moreover, details of the safety, security, sustainability and innovation methods used in the project were highlighted to showcase the cutting-edge latest technology and methods used in the construction of Onyx Bahrain Bay project, it added.
Kooheji Contractors is one of Bahrain’s top real estate developers with 50 years of experience in delivering world-class projects. It boasts a design team with unique in-house capabilities and full-fledged project management structural design and build that achieves premium quality finishes at the best value proposition.
"Our approach is to constantly challenge conventional methods and achieve more efficient ways to deliver projects, while working with integrity to ensure we uphold high our ethical standards," he added.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this year's Arabian Awards will be an online virtual ceremony.
The 27th edition of the awards covers over 45 different residential and commercial categories. Regional heats are staged for Arabian, Europe, Africa, Canada, Central & South America, the Caribbean, USA, UK and Asia Pacific.-TradeArabia News Service