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Bahrain's GFH launches sales at Harbour Row residential project

Harbour Row is situated at the Bahrain Financial Harbour in the heart of Manama and is made up of six buildings

Bahrain's GFH launches sales at Harbour Row residential project

GFH Properties, the real estate arm of GFH Financial Group, has announced that it has launched sales for its Harbour Row residences in Bahrain.

Harbour Row is situated at the Bahrain Financial Harbour in the heart of Manama and is made up of six buildings, split between the West and East side.

Four of these are residential buildings consisting of 322 apartments, with the other two buildings set to house a five-star hotel and 150 hotel apartments.

Sales and an exclusive financing package have now been launched for luxury studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and exclusive penthouses with private swimming pools, GFH said in a statement.

It added that the first installment of 15 percent is due 14 days from booking, a second installment of 15 percent due on handover, with the remaining 70 percent to be paid thereafter in 60 equal monthly installments.

Laith Al Memar, acting CEO of GFH Properties, said: “We are delighted to continue to report strong development progress at Harbour Row, which now enables us to launch sales of these luxury residences.

"There is strong demand for centrally located, high-end waterside living in Bahrain and there is no better option for buyers than Harbour Row.

"We look forward to further rapid progress at Harbour Row and to welcoming future residents to this one-of-a-kind project.”

Among the works now completed on the East and West side residences are all substructure and superstructure works which are progressing aggressively on finishes. MEP works and external cladding is also well underway.

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