Bahrain’s strategic location and its multiple economic factors make it really distinguishable from other GCC states since it’s a veritable meeting point linking between GCC, Asian, and even European trade routes.
In the coming part, we will address two of Bahrain’s most significant locations, Juffair and Amwaj Island, which are regarded as investment attraction poles and centres of commercial activity for the whole kingdom.
Amwaj lies alongside the north coast of Muharraq Government -one of Bahrain five governorates- in the proximity of Bahrain International Airport.
The island comprises a wide range of entertainment facilities like resorts, international branded hotels, restaurants, etc. which made it a tourism traction point and a potential investment area for many development companies. It abounds with many residential projects featuring a wide set of flats for rent in Amwaj.
The $1.5 billion Amwaj Island was developed by Ossos Real Estate Development and it entails a group of real estate landmarks including:
Tala Island lies in the heart of the island, it boasts vigorous and refreshing lifestyle for its residents thanks to its fine location and numerous accessible amenities.
Tala Island project offers a divergent set of residential products with fancy sea views and direct connection to Bahrain’s main Island.
The project development cost hit 40 million dollars, it spreads over 300 thousand square meters and includes a group of apartments and villas including Marina Apartments and Tala Terraces.
The Lagoon Mall
One of the largest shopping malls in Bahrain boasting a wide range of branded retail units, high-end restaurants, cafes, and entertainment venues.
The project’s oval structure made it very popular. It stands on two floors and spreads over 1200 square meters. Many of the Lagoon Mall restaurants and shops overlook a small creek that penetrates the building offering a dazzling and relaxing view for tourists.
Juffair is a part of Manama, it’s the heart throbbing with life that adds a lot of vitality and energy to the capital’s commercial and investment activity.
Juffair has a commercial nature as it contains many shopping centres and retail units alongside many major real estate development and investment ventures.
The area has multiple palatial hotels such as The Key Hotel, Elite Crystal, Diva, Marriot Apartments, in addition to many residential projects including Saray Tower, Juffair Heights, Vision, and Fontana Towers.
Al Shabab street is considered one of the main passages running through the area that features multiple shops and restaurants. Juffair is also known for Ahmed Al Fatih Mosque and the National Library.
The $20 million project was launched Arsan Real Estate Co. in conjunction with Kuwaiti Bahraini Company for Trade and Contracting. It lies on Juffair street in the vicinity of Fontana and Marriot hotels.
It’s a residential tower of 27 stories and 120 residential units with areas starting from 66 square meters and designed according to the latest modern designs. The project comprises a wide range of amenities like tennis court, 300m promenade, and many other facilities.
A $75 million project developed by Dadabay Co. Juffair Heights has two high-rise towers, one is 28 floors and the other 29. The total number of units in both towers is 376 apartments.