Riffa Views welcomes 150th resident
Manama, January 25, 2010
Riffa Views, a gated mixed use luxury development and the first residential project in a golf course in Bahrain, has registered another important project milestone as it handed over keys to its 150th resident, Suhail Ghazi Algosaibi.
'I am very excited to take possession of my house and to be part of this community. The handover service provided by the management and staff of Riffa Views has been good. Despite the delays, I have been satisfied at the way that Riffa Views have tackled a difficult set of challenges,' said an elated Algosaibi.
'Now that I have the keys, I am absolutely delighted at the decision I made to buy at Riffa Views. The house is really impressive, and I am very pleased with the interior and exterior finishes,' he commented.
Yasser Al-Raee, managing director of Riffa Views, said after the considerable challenges experienced during the last 18 months, progress at Riffa Views is gathering pace, and the two main contractors have committed to a framework of planned deliveries over the course of 2010.
'With a clearly defined programme of construction and villa delivery, we are pleased to see the positive momentum translating into a very active villa handover schedule,' he remarked.
'The drive to ensure satisfactory handover to residents as quickly as possible remains our principal focus,' he added.
'The dedicated villa delivery team is currently handing over an average of 10 villas a week. The number of villas delivered will progressively increase throughout the following months, and the target is projecting delivery of over 30 per cent of the sold villas to homeowners by the end of the first quarter of 2010,' Al-Raee pointed out.
According to him, contractors are fully committed to the over-riding goal of villa delivery, working concurrently within the development to speed up the process of delivery to every extent possible.
'To date, 20 per cent of the villas within the development have been completed and handed over from the contractors to Riffa Views, 95 per cent of the infrastructure is now complete, and landscaping works are steadily progressing in areas where homeowners are living,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service