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Golden Gate gets overwhelming response from F1 visitors

MANAMA, April 2, 2019

Golden Gate Developers, a joint venture between Kooheji Golden Gate and Indian real estate groups Ajmera Realty Group and Mayfair Housing, said it had received an overwhelming response from F1 visitors for its unique real estate project, Golden Gate, at its stand in City Centre Bahrain during the gala event.

The 140,000-sq-m project, located in the heart of Bahrain Bay, consists of 746 apartments spread over two residential towers of 53 floors and 45 floors. The property is further equipped with seven floors of parking to accommodate 999 parking spaces, said the developer.

Golden Gate vice president (marketing and sales) Eman Al Mannai said its special team has been introducing visitors to the numerous features and benefits of the project, while responding to visitors’ inquiries and completing the required booking process.

"We are pleased to have the participation of our beloved kingdom in hosting the F1 race and are proud to be introducing a unique opportunity for the investors to invest in Bahrain's Golden Gate," remarked Al Mannai.

"We are very much satisfied with the interest shown by the local and foreign investors in the project and their queries on owning one or more apartments in this project for the purpose of housing, leasing or resale," she stated.

According to her, the Real Estate Regulatory Authority (Rera) has had a great impact in supporting the real estate sector by restoring confidence in the investors.

Issuing the Golden Gate project, a licence approved by Rera has helped in giving reassurance and trust for investors towards the owners and the project.

Al Mannai also thanked the Bahrain government for its continuous efforts in decreeing laws and regulations that would create a healthy investment environment.

"Our team has also effectively introduced visitors to the kingdom to freehold projects which allow various nationalities to obtain residence in Bahrain when investing in the project," she added.

According to her, the visitors at the City Centre Bahrain stand were particularly impressed with the unique design of the project, which reflects the commercial and cultural partnership between Bahrain and India.

"The Golden Gate project is the embodiment of uniqueness and is an architectural masterpiece, drawing inspiration from Bahrain with its sails and gold, and Indian jewels at the top and bottom of the towers," she added.-TradeArabia News Service




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