Saar Central villas get power connection
Manama, May 10, 2011
Bahrain-based Capivest said the testing and commissioning of all the villas has been completed at Saar Central, its premier real estate project in the Kingdom.
Saar Central is managed by Sakan Development Company, a real estate firm established by Capivest. Apex Properties is the promoter and marketing agent for Saar Central whilst Grnata Group is the official sales agent for the project.
Capivest said now all of Saar Central’s villas were fully connected to the electric grid and was operational, marking the final milestone for this unique development.
The move comes following the Bahrain Electricity & Water Authority’s (EWA) recent completion of all works on the 66KVA sub-station located within the Saar Central development and the installing of individual villa electric meters, allowing the Saar Central homes to be fully connected to the national electricity grid.
Commenting on the latest development, Nader Al Qassab, board member of Sakan Development Company, said, 'Despite recent events and uncertain market conditions, Saar Central has seen continued interest from potential owners, which emphasizes the strong offering this development has for homeowners.'
'We have already begun to transfer villas to enthusiastic owners, and we look forward to welcoming all residents to their Saar Central homes in the near future,' he added
Saar Central is located on a sprawling 65,000 sq m area and offers a mix of 82 villas of varied size and appointment, ranging from simply elegant to modern to luxurious.
Located in the popular Saar area of Bahrain, the villas adhere to the highest international quality standards and specifications, with a wide range of options available to satisfy all the needs and wants of potential homeowners.-TradeArabia News Service
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