Manara's Bahrain housing project 70% complete

Real estate firm aims to deliver budget villas to owners by November

The Wahat Al Muharraq project is designed to provide modern housing for low to middle income families
The Wahat Al Muharraq project is designed to provide modern housing for low to middle income families

Bahrain-based real estate company, Manara Developments has announced that 70% of the work has been completed at its ambitious Wahat Al Muharraq housing project, while progress was being made on its other projects as well, Trade Arabia News Service reports.

Wahat Al Muharraq is a villas project aimed at meeting the requirements of modern Bahraini families on a limited income.

In the first phase, the project will have 47 villas, all designed with high precision to meet their requirements - from selection of the site, down to the fine details of the construction.

Each villa in Wahat Al Muharraq project consists of three bedrooms, an inside and outside kitchen, two bathrooms, and living rooms, in addition to a garage with a capacity of two cars, and space to construct a backyard swimming pool, the company said in a statement.

Commenting on the progress, managing director Dr Hassan Al Bastaki said:

“The third progress report had revealed that the company has completed 70 per cent of the project, after they had issued the second report at the end of the fourth quarter last year, where 50 per cent of the project was complete.”

“The report highlighted the start of finishing works of the corner villas and the installation of gypsum in the ceilings of the villas, of which have been designed with a particular focus on elegance and modern fit-outs to complement the modern exterior design of the villas.”

“In addition, work has started on the finishing of interior kitchens and aluminum work to the windows and doors of the villas,” he added.

Stressing his commitment to timely delivery of the project, Dr Al Bastaki said that all the major works had been completed in the second phase of the Wahat Al Muharraq, and it was on track to deliver the villas to the owners by this November.

Manara is currently leading three projects focusing on the middle to limited income earners in several locations across the Kingdom.

Among these are phase one of Janayin Al Hamala, which will deliver 148 villas, phase two of Wahat Al Muharraq, which will deliver 180 villas, and phase two of the Tubli Gardens which consists of 27 villas.

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