Harbour Heights receives best residential high-rise award
TDT | Manama
The Daily Tribune – www.newsofbahrain.com
GFH Properties’ prime real estate asset Harbour Heights was yesterday named Bahrain’s best residential high-rise development at the Africa and Arabia Property Awards 2021-2022.
Spread over 35,900 sqm, the three towers that make up Harbour Heights are positioned at the heart of Bahrain Financial Harbour, featuring a built-up area of more than 250,000 sqm. GFH Properties’ trio of towers is part of its ongoing strategy to build a diverse portfolio of international, high-quality real estate assets, including new acquisitions of prime properties in strategic geographies.
“Harbour Heights is the jewel of our property portfolio, and we are very proud that it has been recognised by one of the region’s most prestigious and well-established property award programmes.
Our flagship residential destination has huge potential and reflects GFH Properties’ strategy in the real estate sector. As a group, we favour resilient investments in assets that are positioned for significant growth,” said Ahmed Khalfan, Head of Marketing of GFH Properties.
“With some of the tallest towers in the country, Harbour Heights provides a world-class destination for people with the desire to live a luxuirous urban lifestyle. Despite the pandemic, the prime residential spot is demonstrating continued significant demand with a significant portion of units occupied.
A true architectural icon, Harbour Heights will not only continue to be a property benchmark for the Arab region, but a long-term home for hundreds of nationals and expats.”
Judged by an independent panel of over 80 industry experts focusing on design, quality, service, innovation, originality, and commitment to sustainability, the Africa & Arabia Property Awards recognise the best properties in the region across 45 categories.
The judging panel is chaired by Lord Caithness, Lord Best, and Lord Waverley, members of the House of Lords in the UK Parliament. The top winners in each region will automatically be entered into the overall international awards, culminating in an awards ceremony at the end of the year. The award programme is now in its 28th year.