Edamah Property Management Company (EPMC) has announced the opening of the first nine outlets within Phase One of its landmark Sa’ada development in the Muharraq region of Bahrain, thus offering visitors an attractive selection of dining and leisure options.
The key phase encompasses food and beverage outlets, kiosks, prayer halls, and other support facilities.
Managed by EPMC, Sa’ada is an important heritage project which will link Muharraq’s existing historical setting with the waterfront via an iconic bridge. It aims to restore the local community’s sea access and serve as a key shopping and entertainment destination, while stirring commercial activity to help the kingdom recover from the economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Crossfit Muharraq gym, Green Hub bicycle rental centre, and several cafes, including Naseef, Coco Dip, and Goby Tea, are already welcoming customers, while Koshari Boulevard, White Sugar Café, Qahwa & Karak, and Southside, were expected to launch last month.
EPMC General Manager Waleed Adel Ali said: “We are pleased to welcome our new partners to the Sa’ada project. The first phase is now almost fully leased, with tenants being carefully selected to offer visitors a vibrant mix of dining and entertainment options along the scenic waterfront.”
“The Muharraq Souq was historically on the water, with ships bringing goods right up to the market. In addition to its economic benefits and its value as a touristic offering, Sa’ada is an important social project which adds value to the community by restoring its ancient connection to the sea and creating a thriving, sustainable waterfront,” he added.
Ali pointed out that a limited number of leasing opportunities were still available for Phase One of the development, which includes a total of 34 shops, 36 marina bays, and 200 car-parking spaces.
Future phases include the revitalisation of the historic bus station and post office, open plazas, more retail outlets, and a multi-storey car-park.
The project’s layout integrates open spaces and buildings in seamless harmony and promotes the contemporary familiarity of an urban village, he added.