Bahria Project


Bahria Town Private Limited.



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Type

Private

Industry

Real estate, Gated community, Hospitality

Founded

Bahria Town Foundation

Founders

Malik Riaz Hussain

Headquarters

Pakistan

Products

Town
Commercial area
Plots
House
Villa
Restaurants
Hotel
Golf clubs
Hospitals

Total assets

Increase US$10.00 billion (2011)

Employees

21,000 (2011)

Website

http://www.bahriatown.com/



Bahria Town officially Bahria Town (Pvt) Ltd. is the largest real-estate developers and Investors in Pakistanand the largest private housing society in Asia.Bahria Town has establishments in Islamabad (Phase 2 to 7 and enclave), Rawalpindi (Phase 1 and 8), Lahore, Murree and Karachi Bahria Town is a mega gated community, worth $6 billion only in twin cities Islamabad and Rawalpindi where it is the original community with nine phases, which has a capacity of a planned residential city for 1 million people. The Town's offers amenities (24-hour armed security, schools, hospitals, a fire department, retail shopping, restaurants and entertainment centers).
Given the Pakistan's security issues, Bahria Town remain the safest place to live with a lower crime rate than other developments. Rival Pakistani developer, Defence Housing Authority, have built similar gated communities in the suburbs of major Pakistani cities such as Karachi. Bahria Town operate's Pakistan’s largest private sector fleet of heavy earth moving equipment and the service workshops. Bahria is also building the First Formula 1 racing track with full proof safety provided to Bahria Town residents. It employs over 20,000 workforce with. Recently Bahria Town announced its collaboration with Starwood Hotels for the opening the Sheraton Golf & Country Club, which would be the first of its kind in Pakistan. Malik Riaz Hussain, Founder and Chairman, is the force behind Bahria Town, started in the 1980s as a small-time contractor. As competitors targeted the rich, he built for the emerging middle class, becoming one of the wealthiest Pakistanis alive In May 2012, Bahria Town won five awards at the Asia Pacific International Property Awards.
Bahria has been featured by international magazines and news agencies, referred to as the prosperous face of Pakistan. According to Emirates 24/7 Bahria Town is 'where Pakistan's new middle class takes refuge from the Taliban attacks and endless power cuts that plague the rest of the country.'GlobalPost claimed that in 2013, Bahria houses some 100,000 people in total. Newsweek calls it as Pakistan's Gateway to Paradise.On October 6, 2011, Los Angeles Times refereed Bahria as 'functioning state within a non-functioning oneRegardless of that Bahria has been subject to controversies, it is referred to as a symbol of inequality, blamed for illegal encroachment of forests and unholy alliance with military.

 



Universities

Recently, Malik Riaz has Announced to Establish Two New Universities in Karachi & Hyderabad named after MQM Leader Altaf Hussain. Altaf Hussain University, Hyderabad,Altaf Hussain University, Karachi



Projects



Karachi


Bahria Town

Includes residential and commercial plots, bahria apartments and bahria homes. Situated 9km from Toll Plaza on Karachi-Hyderabad Super highway.



Bahria Icon Tower





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Bahria Icon Tower is a skyscraper under construction in Karachi by Bahria Town. The skyscraper after its completion, would be the tallest building in Pakistan. The project was initiated in 2008 after the approval of KBCA and the excavation. Creation of haul routes and foundation works have been undertaken. It is expected to be completed by the end of 2015. The Bahria Town Icon Tower is a multi use commercial building project. It will be 853 ft. tall and is being constructed on a 1.45 hectares (3.58 acres) area plot located opposite to the Bin Qasim Park in Clifton, Karachi. The structure has been designed as a skyscraper with seven basement parking floors, split upper and lower ground floors and 59 office tower floors. ArcelorMittal provides sections, decking and their expertise in steel construction. Around 2000 tn of W sections and 72 000 sqm of decking will be supplied by ArcelorMittal for this iconic skyscraper in Pakistan’s largest city



Opal 225 Karachi

Located opposite Avari Towers Hotel, located between Raja Ghazanfar Ali Road and Dr. Daud Pota Road. Opal 225 is a complex of modern mix-used buildings including residential and commercial facilities. It will include apartments, office spaces, shopping mall and a five star hotel, along with movie theater and a spa. It will have 45 stories and will be complete by 2017.



Hoshang Pearl Tower, Karachi

On January 18, 2013, 42-floor Hoshang Tower project was approved by Sindh High Density Development Board. The tower, which costs an estimated Rs 2 billion, is under construction on Hoshang Road. It will be 2.24 million square-feet wide and around 130 meters tall. The building will have three basements and nine parking floors. Bahria Town owns and is building the structure.



Islamabad


Bahria Enclave

Bahria Enclave Islamabad is a housing scheme launched by Bahria Town in July 2011. It is located approximately 8 km (15 minutes) drive from Chak Shahzad, the Park Road & the Kuri Road with access from Kashmir Highway, Lehtrar Road & Islamabad Highway. On January 31, 2012, Capital Development Authority approved the plan for development of Jinnah Avenue in Zone-IV. The construction project of four-lane road would link main Kuri Road to Kuri Model Village and is awarded to Bahria Town.
Islamabad, May 2, 2013: Bahria Town has signed an MOU agreement with PTCL. As per this agreement PTCL would deploy fiber optic cables in Bahria Enclave within three months time, providing each resident of Bahria Enclave with high speed internet with a bandwidth of 100mb and value added services like telephone, smart TV and VOIP.

Lahore



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Grand Jamia Mosque, Lahore.



Bahria Town Lahore

It is a flagship gated community in Lahore.

Mall of Lahore

The Mall of Lahore is a large, state-of-the-art multi-purpose shopping mall complex in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan consisting of a wide range of designer brand outlets. With an area of 650,000 square feet, and over 70 stores, it is the largest shopping complex in Lahore and also one of Pakistan's largest. The shopping centre is a project of the real estate company Bahria Town. The Chief Executive Officer of this mall is Ali Ahmad Riaz Malik. The location of Mall of Lahore is central. It is conveniently accessible by people of Lahore. The presence of various domestic and international brands make it an attraction and a 'must-visit' by visitors from other cities. Security is tightly maintained and that is a driving place for families to stop and shop, unlike open shopping areas in other parts of Lahore.

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Houses in Bahria Town are usually identical, shown here are villas in Rawalpindi.



Rawalpindi

The original project, the gated community has over 100,000 people and has series of projects.

  • Cine Gold
  • Bahria Golf City
  • Sheraton Golf & Country Club
  • Sheraton Hotel
  • Bahria Garden City (Pakistan’s first golf course community)
  • Bahria Hamlets
  • Awaami Villas
  • Golf View Residencia
  • The Sanctuary (mall consisting of 2-bed luxury apartments)
  • Safari Villas
  • Bahria Greens
  • Business District Commercial (Main commercial center)
  • Civic Center (Launched in 2006, so far the largest commercial project in the community)
  • Green Valley Hypermarket


Electricity

Unlike other housing societies in Pakistan Bahria produces its own electricity and sells it to its resident through the Bahria Town Electric Supply Company. Bahria Town projects in Rawalpindi and Lahore were running respectively 12 and 9 megawatts of generation units of their own. Bahria Town also has constructed 3 grid stations with its own resources and also provides underground lines to its residents.There is no load shedding in Bahria Town projects.



Under Construction projects

  • Bahria Town Karachi
  • Bahria Garden City
  • Bahria Paradise
  • Bahria Nasheman
  • Bahria Golf City
  • Sheraton Golf & Country Club
  • Sheraton Hotel
  • Ahram-e-Misr
  • Oasis