Dana Gas, SIH take space at BWTC
Manama, November 20, 2007
Bahrain World Trade Center (BWTC), the iconic landmark development offering intelligent, state-of-the-art commercial facilities, has added two major regional players to its growing list of lease signings.
The signings demonstrate the demand for quality office space in Bahrain, and the variety of clientele the development is attracting due to the range of facilities it offers business occupants, said a spokesman.
Dana Gas and Saudi Investment House (SIH) have taken premium space on some of the highest floors in the West and East Towers respectively, and are the latest in a steady stream of new tenants, showing the BWTC’s popularity as a mixed-used, environmentally-responsible development, said the spokesman.
Dana Gas, the first regional private-sector natural gas company in the Middle East as well as one of the largest, will take occupancy of its BWTC office, making it the latest addition to its MENA-wide office network.
Saudi Investment House is similarly expanding its reach to Bahrain attracted by the top-level executive accommodation which complements its corporate ethos and clientele. It will join Bahrain’s thriving financial community among the ranks of many others relocating to the BWTC.
The BWTC leases incorporate an impressive range of facilities including access to a network of global business contacts through its membership of the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA); world-class connectivity to surveillance and security systems, high-speed passenger lifts; and a full service business centre with video conferencing facilities, meeting and conference rooms.
Add to this exceptional shopping; fine dining restaurants; cafes; a health spa; a five-star hotel, and extensive parking facilities and it becomes clear why the BWTC is fast becoming the prime commercial location in Bahrain. – TradeArabia News Service
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