Bahrain to build 2,000-unit homes worth $292m
The project will feature 2,100 parking spots, with a shopping mall and public gardens also reportedly planned for the Bloc 333 development
A residential project comprising 2,000 units will be developed at a cost of $292m (BHD110m) in the Bloc 333 area.
Bahraini Housing Minister, Basem Yacoub Al-Hamer, said the residential complex will feature 2,100 parking spots.
A shopping mall, public gardens, and community service facilities are also due to be developed as part of the project.
The development was announced following a visit to Um Al-Hasam and Al-Qurayyah, conducted by ministers of the Bahraini government.
Essam bin Abdulla Khalaf, Minister of Works, Municipalities Affairs, and Urban Planning, reiterated the kingdom's plans to implement infrastructure projects across the country.
Khalaf also highlighted the Al-Fateh Highway's development scheme, which will link Mina Salman with the Diplomat Hotel traffic junction.
In addition, Khalaf revealed that a feasibility study is underway for the planned Um Al-Hasam jetty project, state agency BNA reported.