Bahrain developer sets out Dubai Marina plan

Bahrain's Al Kawathar Real Estate has unveiled plans for a US $54 million (AED200 million) residential tower in Dubai Marina.

Bahrain's Al Kawathar Real Estate has unveiled plans for a US $54 million (AED200 million) residential tower in Dubai Marina.

Al Duaa Marina Tower will be a 25-storey tower made up of 142 luxury one, two and three-bedroom apartments, two penthouses and five town houses.

It will be located on the waterfront section of Dubai Marina and will have a total built up area of 20,067m2 and a retail area of 864m2.

“The project offers town houses as well as exclusive penthouses on the top floor of the building, each with its own swimming pool,” said Yusuf Mohammed Al Maki, managing director, Al Kawathar Real Estate.

“Each town house is a master piece of architecture also with its own private swimming pool, sun deck and huge living area of over 696m2.”

The tower, which will be completed in September 2008, has been designed by Dubai-based Dimensions.

“We designed the building in such a way that each apartment has an unobstructed view of the water,” added Al Maki.

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