Start of construction works for the SIDRA development project

Construction work on the SIDRA holiday and accommodation complex in Bosnia has officially begun. The project is one of the largest properties in the capital and largest city of Sarajevo.

It is developed by Dar Al Arkan, a leading real estate company in Saudi Arabia, to an investment of US$ 134.2M. SIDRA holiday and accommodation development in bosnia will be Dar Al Arkan’s first European luxury residential project.

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Sidra promises owners the opportunity to own a second home in a haven of peace and tranquility in a country that is fast becoming the premier investment and holiday destination in the heart of Europe.

An overview of the SIDRA holiday and accommodation development in Bosnia

Sidra translates to “life among the forests”. It covers an area of ​​500,000 square meters. Thus, the development is the single and largest real estate project in Bosnia. It will offer high quality homes. Residential plots and villas are within a gated community. Specially appointed, the houses are designed for modern living. In an area which is one of the cleanest and healthiest in the Balkans. The project is also strategically located near a variety of attractions. These include nature reserves, natural caves, rivers and parks.

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In addition to various residential options, the SIDRA development project will also offer first-class amenities. These will include shops and supermarkets as well as cafes and restaurants. Not to mention a clubhouse, a five-star hotel and a community mosque.

Dar Al Arkan Properties Vice President Ziad El Chaar said the company aims to stay on track with the project. He added that the company is honored to have earned the trust of the Department of Public Works. Ziad El Chaar assured that they aim to deliver the project to the highest standards in collaboration with qualified local partners.

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