Manama, Bahrain: GFH Properties the master developers of the award winning “The Harbour Row” have signed up as strategic sponsors of the third edition of the Gulf Property Show at the Avenues.

Utilising the Gulf Property Show’s platform GFH Properties will be showcasing their developments considered the first residential buildings at the Bahrain’s Financial Harbour District – The Harbour Row and Harbour Heights.

“The Harbour Row and Harbour Heights will take centre stage of our presence at the Gulf Property Show.” says Ahmed Khalfan, Head of Marketing at GFH Properties, “We are a leading developer not only in the Kingdom but globally and take pride in our projects. We believe in developments that deliver the highest levels of comfort and luxury living. Our prime projects; The Harbour Row and Harbour Heights projects deliver on that and are located in close proximity to Bahrain’s prime leisure and business destinations, providing ease of access and ensuring a quiet and secure living environment.”

The Harbour Row and Harbour Heights developments have been hailed as one of the most visionary and ambitious projects located at the Bahrain Financial Harbour district. “The waterfront towers will be a landmark that will shape Bahrain’s skyline and will provide luxurious facilities, stunning sea and city views, and will feature exciting new retail and dining outlets.” Commented Jubran Abdulrahman, Managing Director of Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions the organisers of the Show.

“GFH Properties are major players in Bahrain’s Real Estate market and we are delighted to welcome them as our show’s strategic sponsors, they bring urban living to new heights. Those looking to invest in property at Bahrain’s upcoming urban 24-hour community should pay a visit to GFH Properties booth at the Gulf Property show in the Avenues, we will be located at the Harbour Gate from the 24th to 27th of November during mall timings.” Adds Abdulrahman.

The Gulf Property Show also carries the strategic sponsorship of Edamah, Gold sponsorship with Naseej and the organizational support of the Real Estate Regulatory Authority of Bahrain (RERA).


About Hilal Conferences and Exhibitons (HCE):

Hilal Conferences and Exhibitions, is a division within the Al Hilal Group and has evolved out of Hilal’s established expertise as an exhibition organiser. The Group, which previously managed the Kuwait International Trade Fair and Gulf Construction Exhibition, has now established a dedicated Conferences and Exhibitions division which draws on the considerable publishing contacts and knowledge that is available within the company.

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