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GFH Real Estate (GFH RE), the real estate arm of GFH Financial Group, is gearing up to showcase a number of landmark commercial and residential projects of the group at the upcoming Gulf Property Show in Bahrain.
The Gulf Property Show is being held under the patronage of HRH Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, Prime Minister of Bahrain, from April 25 to 27 at the Bahrain International Exhibition & Convention Centre.
Among the GFH projects in spotlight will be its notable developments currently under construction in its home base of Bahrain and Dubai. These include Harbour Row and Harbour Walk, currently under development at the Financial Harbour, and Dubai gated community development “California Village” in addition to its Villamar at the Harbour development where works recommenced last year and is progressing steadily.
Each of these projects has been conceived by the group so as to raise the bar in terms of excellence in design, build and usability and are expected to join other iconic projects under GFH Real Estate.
Commenting on its participation at the show, Majed Al Khan, CEO of GFH RE, said: “The Gulf Property Show is a household name in the GCC real estate and property development sector and we are delighted to be taking part. The show provides us another strong platform and the opportunity to showcase our landmark projects in Bahrain, among others, and allows investors, partners and future end-users of these multifaceted developments to see the projects and in-depth plans for the creation of world-class commercial centres and residential communities.”
“We are delighted to have GFH RE take part at the show for the first time. Its presence and the presentation of its projects will add further depth to the show’s offering. Furthermore, its developments continue to create new and exciting landmarks in Bahrain and underscore the opportunities and highly developed nature of the kingdom’s real estate sector,” added Jubran Abdulrahman, managing director of HCE, the show organiser.
The Gulf Property Show 2017 carries with it the Strategic Sponsorship of Diyar Al Muharraq and Manara Developments. In addition, Gulf Property Show’s Gold Sponsors are Bahrain Marina Development Company and First Bahrain Real Estate and Silver Sponsors are Khaleeji Commercial Bank and Fontana Real Estate. Supporting organisations include the kingdom’s regulatory real estate authority Survey and Land Bureau and the Bahrain Property Developer’s Association.
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