Diyar Al Bahrain: a grand futuristic community

Known and nicknamed as the Gulf’s Pearl, the Kingdom of Bahrain is a famous international business hub and, according to Expat Insider 2017 survey, the expats’ favorite destination to both live and work in. This growing potential of the Bahraini Kingdom is clearly visible in many of its destinations and investment attractions; Diyar Al Muharraq comes as one of these destinations.

Location and specifications:

Located in the north eastern corner of the island kingdom 10 kilometers away from Manama, Diyar Al Muharraq is connected to the Bahraini capital via a causeway that is accessed by the kingdom’s means of public transportation, Diyar Al Muharraq is a group of seven man-made islands spanning a total area of 12 square kilometers with a coastline that comprises mesmerizing beaches extending for 40 kilometers.

Diyar Al Muharraq, the Bahrain-based real estate development company, has launched its eponymous project in 2015; it has the main vision of providing accommodation for more than 100,000 Bahraini citizens. The project’s design and development aim at making it a fully integrated futuristic community that provides its residents and visitors with high-end residential options, advanced services, facilities and amenities, and touristic attractions.

Diyar Al Muharraq’s current projects:

Since its launch, Diyar Al Muharraq has been under the spotlight of renowned international investors who have launched multiple grand projects on it. The island’s central attraction so far is probably Dragon City mall.

Considered one of the largest retail destinations in the Kingdom of Bahrain, Dragon City is a $100m shopping mall that is dedicated for housing outlets for the best Chinese brands and stores for products and services. With more than 780 commercial units located within, Dragon City is an all-in-one destination where you can find all the high-quality Chinese products you might need from leisure and lifestyle brands to construction materials and hardware.

The mall’s exclusive nature reveals itself not only through its name, but also through its beautiful design and architecture that celebrate the Chinese culture.

On top of that, of course, both the governmental and the private sectors of the kingdom have launched a lot of residential projects and master developments in Diyar Al Muharraq in the past three years. We here offer a brief description of the following promising projects and master developments in Diyar Al Muharraq:

  • Deerat El Oyoun:

A social housing project that the Bahrain government currently develops at the heart of Diyar Al Muharraq. Deerat El Oyoun spans around 1.2 million square meters of land. The project comprises 3100 affordable villas with land plots that range from 182 to 262 square meters. As a part of Mazaya Scheme, the project aims at meeting the accommodation needs of the underprivileged Bahraini citizens.

To find out more details, visit our article on Deerat Al Oyoun project.

  • Al Bareh Project:

Al Bareh is one of the most unique attractions of Diyar Al Muharraq; it is a seafront residential community situated on the western side of the man-made islands.

With a BHD78m value, Al Bareh comprises 55 luxurious villas and the project consists of three main sections. The first is for the seafront land plots, the second for plots situated near the water parks, and the third is for the plots that overlook the main road.

  • Marassi Al Bahrain:

So far, Marassi Al Bahrain is probably the largest under-construction master development in Diyar Al Muharraq. The mega project is a joint venture between Eagle Hills, one of UAE’s leading developers, and Diyar Al Muhaaraq.

Spanning around 845,000 square meters with a 3 kilometer-long coastline, Marassi Al Bahrain will house residential, commercial and hospitality options. The master development comprises 3500 residential units that vary between two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom apartments and penthouses; all these units offer unprecedented views of the mesmerizing waters and landscape of the community.

On the other hand, the mixed-use community will feature a shopping center that will span 190,000 square meters.

the Kingdom of Bahrain has long enjoyed a unique nature; many of its features support this uniqueness including its geographical location, island nature, small area and rich and colorful history and culture, among other features. The ventures and attractions that Diyar Al Muharraq houses explicably reflect those features; these attractions in turn reflect how Diyar Al Muharraq is on its way to be one of the key investment destinations and touristic attractions in the GCC region within the near future.