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SSH awarded Marassi Boulevard project in Bahrain

Marassi Boulevard, a residential mixed-use development located within the Marassi Al Bahrain waterfront project, consists of four low-rise residential buildings of seven to ten floors

 Marassi Boulevard project in Bahrain.
Marassi Boulevard project in Bahrain.

Global design firm SSH has been awarded the full design contract for the Marassi Boulevard project by Eagle Hills in Bahrain.

Marassi Boulevard, a residential mixed-use development located within the Marassi Al Bahrain waterfront project, consists of four low-rise residential buildings of seven to ten floors.

This includes more than 240 homes, from studios to three-bedroom apartments as well as 700sqm of community retail spread across the development.

Daniel Hammond, General Manager of Eagle Hills Bahrain, said: “No detail has been overlooked by SSH, our architects involved in the creation of Marassi Boulevard’s design.

“We wanted residents to experience metropolitan living that suits a range of tastes, budgets and requirements, whilst retaining a sense of shared community.

“All visitors will find something to love at the boulevard due to its perfect balance between beautiful landscaping and retail offering - the major themes of Marassi Al Bahrain as a whole.”

Marassi Boulevard will also offer a gym, changing rooms, swimming pools for both adults and children, a playground for children and basement car park.

The official sales launch will be on Saturday, February 4, 2017.

Abu Dhabi-based Eagle Hills, a private real estate investment company, is currently developing a 37-storey branch of the W hotel and Skyline Residences in Amman, Jordan, due to be completed by mid-2017.

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