Barwa launches two major residential projects in Al Wakrah City

Barwa launches two major residential projects in Al Wakrah City

By QLNews

In another addition to Qatar’s thriving real estate sector, Barwa Real Estate yesterday launched the construction works for two major projects in Al Wakrah City.

The two residential projects are ‘Madinatna’ for families and ‘Barahat Al Janoub’ for workers.

A special ceremony was held yesterday where Barwa signed an agreement with UrbaCon Trading and Contracting (UCC) for the construction of the two projects.

The CEO of Barwa Real Estate, Abdulla bin Jobara Al Romaihi and managing director of UCC, Ramez al-Khayyat initialed the agreement.

The ceremony saw the attendance of His Excellency the Minister of Culture and Sports Salah bin Ghanem bin Nasser Al Ali, who is also chairman of Barwa Real Estate, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy secretary-general Hassan Al Thawadi, and Public Works Authority (Ashghal) president Dr Saad bin Ahmed Al Mohannadi.

The residential project for families, Madinatna will cover an area of 1,141,689 square meters.

It will comprise residential buildings supported by integrated facilities associated with modern cities. The project will offer other services, such as a hypermarket, retail stores, mosques and public utility facilities.

Featuring smart city technologies, Madinatna will have as many as 6,780 apartments including two-bedroom and three-bedroom units.

The residential project will be able to house approximately 27,000 people.

In a statement, Barwa said that the strategic location of Madinatna in Al Wakrah Municipality, Umm Bishr area, will be "a great privilege for those who will benefit from the project in the future."

The other project, Barahat Al Janoub, will span over an area of 773,457 square meters.

It seeks to offer a fully integrated city for workers with each unit supported by smart city technology. There will be 16,848 rooms, where up to four persons can be accommodated.

The project will be able to offer accommodation to approximately 67,360 workers.

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Source: Gulf Times

 

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