The Sa’ada waterfront development is set to open next month.
It is hoped that the Bahrain Real Estate Investment Company (Edamah) project, which will link Muharraq Souq to the water edge, will provide a community space.
Once complete, it will feature 32 outlets including restaurants, retail stores and entertainment facilities.
So far, Edamah has leased out around 30 percent of the commercial units. Naseef Café, which first opened in the Kingdom in 1920, will be the first food outlet to open.
There is a marina with space for 37 boats, and the second phase of the project will see a parking facility, which can accommodate 202 cars, built.
Amin Alarrayed, Edamah’s CEO, said, “With Sa’ada Waterfront we wanted to create a vibrant atmosphere and shared space for the entire community to enjoy, these four F&B outlets Bunzz Food Truck, Kushari Boulevard, Qahwa & Karak and Karam Al Bahrain, will offer the perfect mix of traditional Bahraini food and modern cuisine.
“Sa’ada Waterfront is truly a unique project featuring public promenades weaving throughout and offering visitors the opportunity to spend the day enjoying cafes, restaurants, and entertainment and wellness facilities with waterfront views all in a single place.”