Bahria Town Projects Across Pakistan
Founded in the late-1990s, Bahria Town is a privately owned real-estate development company in Pakistan by Malik Riaz Hussain who is also the founder and chairman. Over the span of 28 years, Bahria Town has launched dozens of significant Projects all over Pakistan. Apart from gated towns, the company owns several shopping complexes, a chain of cinemas under the brand of Cine Gold, a chain of supermarkets under the banner of Green Valley Hypermarket and skyscrapers.
Let’s have a look over the projects of Bahria Town.
1. Bahria Town Rawalpindi was established in southern Rawalpindi on the Grand Trunk Road, which by mid-2000s had expanded into nine phases divided into two compounds and spread over 40000 acres of land. Inside Bahria town Rawalpindi, we can see another project of Bahria Town ‘Hyatt Regency Rawalpindi’ consisting of 165 guestrooms with 11,000 square feet of flexible meeting and event space.
2. Bahria Town Lahore which is one of their flagship projects is influenced by Greco-Roman culture and is located in Southern Lahore. It is home to the Grand Jamia Mosque, Lahore which is the seventh largest mosque in the world having a total capacity of 70,000 people. Moreover, it also has a replica of Eifel Tower from which you can experience a clear view of Bahria Town Lahore. Mall of Lahore is another project in Lahore under there control having 60,000 m2 commercial space, housing over 70 stores.
3. Bahria Enclave Islamabad is a housing scheme launched in July 2011. It is located approximately 8 km drive from Chak Shahzad, the Park Road & the Kuri Road with access from Kashmir Highway, Lehtrar Road & Islamabad Highway. Islamabad has two more projects: Bahria Golf City and Mall of Islamabad. Bahria Golf City, in fact, brings two of the rarities together in one project; a hill resort and an international standard golf course, Having Grand Hyatt Islamabad which has 400 guestrooms with an 18-hole golf course.
4. Bahria Nawabshah is another landmark located at the prime location of Qazi Ahmed Road near the Rohri Canal Bridge. It is a great step towards establishing a world-class housing scheme in a semi-urban area.
In addition, Bahria Town has also built skyscrapers which includes one of Pakistan’s tallest building, namely the Bahria Icon Tower which has a height of 300m located in Karachi. Other include Opal 225(45 floors), Hoshang Pearl(130m), Bahria Town Tower (84m).
Lastly, Bahria Town has worked hard to become Asia’s largest private real estate company which has paid off in terms of them being very well-known among upper middle and high-income Pakistanis.