Noor launches ‘Harissa Elite Residence’
Beirut, August 31, 2010
Noor International Holding, a leading Lebanese real estate development company, has announced the launch of ‘Harissa Elite Residence,’ a major development project that seeks to combine luxury urban living with natural beauty.
The ‘Harissa Elite Residence’ is located in Harissa, Lebanon, famous for its sprawling mountainous landscapes and coastal shorelines. The project will be made up of five-storey residential buildings to be built according to modern world-class construction standards, said a company statement.
The project, which is one of the many recently launched by Noor, is part of a strategic plan to reach out to a wider Lebanese market and also complement the increasing property demand, said Dr Mohammed Saleh, chairman of Noor International Holding.
"The Harissa Elite Residence is the latest addition to our current portfolio of world-class luxury development projects. The project aims to combine high-end urban living with nature’s beauty in the background," he remarked.
"It will allow residents to enjoy spectacular mountain and beach views while staying in a unit that provides luxury living to the fullest," Saleh remarked.
Each unit will be furnished with upscale services and facilities offering high levels of security and comfort, such as advanced power generation and electrical services and a smart, environment-friendly water control and filtering system.
The launch of ‘Harissa Elite Residence’ will complement the host of landmark real estate projects that Noor International Holding is currently involved with in Lebanon and abroad.
Saleh said the group's key Lebanon-based projects are ‘The Canadian Town’ in Aramoun, which consists of 22 buildings; ‘Sawfar Country Club,’ comprising 148 residential units; five projects in Dohat Al Hoss and four modern buildings in Khalde (Khalde Hills); Beyout Al Yasmin in Azza; La Rosa in Bekaa; and Al-Khaled project that holds two residential buildings located in Jiyeh Hills (Zarout).
Besides this, Noor plans to announce new projects in Bsalim, Laqlouq and Koura; in addition to Noor Beirut project that comprises two 14-storey residential towers located in Bshara Al Khoury at a close proximity from Beirut Central District, he added.
According to Saleh, the company is currently awaiting government approval for the development of a project called 'Cedar Island' - an artificial Cedar tree-shaped island to be located along the Lebanese coast.-TradeArabia News Service