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Marsa Al Seef Development

Marsa Al Seef Development

26 Aug 2009
Country: Bahrain
City: Manamah
Category: Mixed Use
Project Type: Mega Projects
Project Duration:
From: Q1 2009 Estimated To: Q1 2019 Estimated
Status: Design
Marsa Al Seef is a waterfront projects, in the Kingdom of Bahrain. The project will include an unprecedented blend of unique residential, leisure, retail and entertainment facilities. The development is located on the Kingdom of Bahrain?s elegant northern coast and covers an area of approximately 2.6 million square metre.
In July 2009, GBCORP has announced the appointment of Global Real Estate Development Company (GREDCO) as Development manager in charge of development and marketing of Marsa Al Seef project.
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