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New homes woo investors

March 7 -13, 2018

Gulf Weekly Mai Al Khatib-Camille
By Mai Al Khatib-Camille

Gulf Weekly New homes woo investors

INVESTORS in Bahrain have found out that Brighton, the English seaside resort town about an hour south of London by train, really rocks … or rather ROX!

A property exhibition was staged at the InterContinental Regency on Saturday and Sunday offering details about a new landmark development set on the old Astoria site. Built in 1933 in a prominent art-deco style, in its heyday the theatre was capable of seating 1,823 people and was seen as a major attraction for Brighton before closing its doors in 1997 and falling into disrepair.

Twenty years on, new life is being breathed into the area. Developed by Ktesius, ROX, a mixed-use scheme, showcases a selection of 70 studios and one to two-bedroom apartments and duplexes with private outdoor space and bespoke commercial spaces at ground level.

ROX also boasts a double-height atrium apt for exhibitions and creative collaborations, and a further boost for Brighton’s vibrant local arts scene. Enjoying an ideal location in Gloucester Place, opposite a conservation area, it is moments away from the celebrated Brighton Pier and the historic Royal Pavilion along with Brighton’s excellent transport links to London.    

With forthcoming regeneration plans for Valley Gardens, residents can look forward to a plethora of amenities including a new square, additional green space and improved walking and cycling links.

Prices range from £210,000 - £785,000 (approximately BD109,000 – BD407,000) with completion estimated by late next year.

For more details contact Mohamed Abdulrahman on 17298211 or 39602096.


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