Villas are part of the Deerat Al Oyoun project and were delivered in cooperation with the Ministry of Housing, under the Mazaya Social Housing Scheme
Bahrain’s Diyar Al Muharraq has announced the completion of a key residential project. Launched in October 2018, the Jeewan project’s 450 villas are now all ready for handover to homeowners, the developer noted.
The development was implemented in three phases: Phase 1, comprising 170 villas has seen 87% handover, while Phase 2 comprising 120 has seen 85% handover. Work has been fully completed on the 160 villas within the third and final phase of the project and is ready for handover, the developer said.
According to a statement, the project features three types of villas, the Modern Tropical, French Chateau and the Classical Art Deco villas, all of which combine traditional and modern architectural designs, and are aimed to suit a variety of different tastes. The villas are said to be part of the Deerat Al Oyoun project and were delivered in cooperation with the Ministry of Housing, under the Mazaya Social Housing Scheme, which aims to offer Bahraini citizens affordable housing solutions.
“We are pleased to announce the completion of the Jeewan project as per the outlined schedule, upholding Diyar Al Muharraq’s quality and standards with the utmost efficiency despite the challenges this past year has presented. With the completion of the third and final phase of the project, we are keen to handover the villas in this phase, completing another neighbourhood in Diyar Al Muharraq, and adding to the growing community of the integrated city,” said Diyar Al Muharraq CEO Engineer Ahmed Ali Alammadi.
Diyar Al Muharraq is one of the largest integrated cities in the Kingdom and offers a variety of housing solutions and a luxurious modern lifestyle, while persevering the core family values in Bahraini society. It offers a unique, balanced mix of residential, commercial, recreational, and healthcare facilities, creating a fully integrated and futuristic model city, the statement concluded.