$200mn Marina Bay project set for Bahrain

High-end lifestyle development will put emphasis on eco-friendly design and build

Infrastructure specialist Infracorp has announced the launch of Marina Bay – a luxurious residential development situated on Reef Island, along the northern coast of Manama.

With a $200m investment, the high-end project coincides with Infracorp’s vision to create sustainable communities across the countries it operates in, delivering developments that combine lifestyle amenities with eco-friendly materials and construction techniques.

To master-plan the development, Infracorp has signed up leading design consultants AAP Design Construction, a full-service design and construction firm that specialises in streamlined design and build projects.

Marina Bay’s launch comes shortly after the company’s successful completion and delivery of phase one of the California Village residences in Dubai, the launch of phase two, and the completion of the first phase of the Marina intitiative in the Bahrain Harbour.

Unveiling the project at a ceremony held in the National Theatre of Bahrain, Infracorp officials said Marina Bay embodies Infracorp’s commitment to elevating the luxury living experience in the kingdom through developing sustainable and modern residential communities.

The event was attended by Chairman Hisham Alrayes, CEO Majed Al Khan, and other senior officials.

“We take pride,” said Majed Al Khan, “in our consistency in delivering impactful real estate projects that have significantly boosted the real estate and urban development in Bahrain. Our efforts align with the government’s Economic Vision for 2030 and its tourism strategy. Our success is driven by the unique investment and regulatory landscape of the Kingdom, which continues to shape the tourism and real estate sectors and contributes to the economic growth. The Marina Bay project is part of Infracorp’s expansion plans in the real estate portfolio, in creating sustainable infrastructure developments across the region.”



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