Infracorp Marina Bay Project has been launched at Reef Island in Manama, Bahrain, by the leading Infrastructure Specialist, Infracorp. In total, the project boasts a $200m investment.
Infracorp Marina Bay at Reef Island aligns with its developer’s vision of creating sustainable communities. Moreover, Infracorp aims to deliver luxurious developments that fuse eco-friendly materials and construction techniques with lifestyle amenities.
Marina Bay’s launch succeeds Infracorp’s completion and delivery of California Village residence’s phase one in Dubai. In addition to its second phase and the completion of the Marina initiative’s first phase in the Bahrain Harbour.
Gearing up toward Marina Bay Project’s development, the project signed up AAP Design Construction as its leading design consultant. The full-service design and construction company specializes in streamlined design and build projects.
Overview of the Infracorp Marina Bay at Reef Island
According to official reports, the project’s groundbreaking is set for Q4 2023. Quite impressively, it spans a total area of 34,000 square meters. Alongside 47 luxurious villas, the development will also include 120 residential units.
In a nutshell, the project’s launch strives to reflect Inracorp’s commitment towards the elevation of luxury living experiences. During its press conference, the Chairman of Infracorp, Hisham ALrayes was in attendance. While commenting on the high-end lifestyle development, Hisham noted that it aligns with the Government’s Economic Vision 2030.
Majed Al Khan further said that it also aligns with the Government’s tourism strategy. Additionally, it targets to unlock the region’s full potential as a unique cultural destination.
With a capital of $1.1 billion, Infracorp specializes in investing in the sustainable and infrastructure sector. The GFH Financial Group’s sustainable platform manages a portfolio of about $3 billion in infrastructure assets. This includes a total of 250 million square feet of space across South Asia as well as North Africa.