Oman

Alargan International Real Estate launches touristic city project in Oman

Mon, 30/12/2013 - 13:49

Alargan International Real Estate Company has launched a new OMR200m project in the Sultanate of Oman.

The project falls under the integrated touristic complex classification and is comprised of various amenities including hotels, a traditional souk and commercial strips that are surrounding a manmade lagoon.
 
The announcement came during the Tourism Investment Conference which was held in Oman last week. The sessions brought out important recommendations notably those concerning the private sector’s participation in the development of projects with the state government.
 
Khaled Al-Mashaan, chairman and managing director of Alargan International Real Estate Company, says: "The project constitutes an important addition to tourism in the Sultanate of Oman. It is an integrated city providing services to Oman’s citizens and residents, and will play a key role in attracting investments to the Sultanate. The project is aimed at creating jobs for approximately two thousand people.”
 
The project is located in the Abu Al -Nakheel area, behind Al-Naseem Park, which may lead to officially naming the project "Al -Nakheel City.” This integrated touristic city constitutes hotels, standalone villas with direct sea views, as well as one, two and three bedroom apartments catering to the various needs of all segments within Oman’s community. In addition, the city is centred on a manmade swimmable lagoon, which allows visitors to enjoy the lagoon’s shores as well as many different water sports and activities.  


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