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Spot: First mall in Nabatiyeh
Developed by BA United Holding



‘Spot Nabatiyeh’, a mall in that area, is expected to open its doors for the public before the end of this year, said Amanda Karam, Senior Marketing Communications Executive at BA United Holding, the company that owns the project.

The company also owns the Spot C mall in Choueifat, and Spot T mall in Tayyouneh, both under construction.

Spot Nabatiyeh is located in Kfarjoz (Nabatieh). It is situated on a 5,690 m2 triangular shaped land plot. The project’s gross area is 25,180 m2 and its Gross Leasable Area is 14,735 m2.

The mall has eight floors: Four underground, one ground, and three above-ground floors.

The underground floors are dedicated to parking and entertainment facilities, including movie theatres, and a Spa with indoor pool. They are anchored with a supermarket and home appliance stores at the lower ground floor. The mall is surrounded by an outside parking area for approximately 300 cars.

The mall’s blocks and floors are connected offering leisure and dining activities with indoor and outdoor restaurants at the first and second floor, separated from the 1,700 square meters dedicated to families’ food court and kids playground located at the third floor.

The mall is intended to serve Nabatiyeh’s 120,000 residents in addition to the rest of the South.

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New Industrial City coming to South Lebanon
Industrial lands for purchase at affordable prices



Tebna Industrial City will be finalized in South Lebanon, in late 2015. Achour Development, a construction and property development company is managing the project.

The company has finalized the plan and took the license from the Directorate of Urban Planning. It is currently in the bidding phase for contractors. The results of the tender will be announced within weeks.

The cost of investment will exceed $50 million, by the date of completion. Mounir Bissat, Chairman of Syndicate of Lebanese Food Industries and Bissat factories, said: “Building industrial cities is a must in all regions, not only in the South.”

Tebna Industrial City measures 1.2 million m2 and is located 15 kilometers from Saida and 55 kilometers from Beirut.

Achour Development will equip the city with the required infrastructure. It will include stations for waste, water and sewage treatment. It will also comprise modern electricity and telephone networks, as well as roads.

Encompassing factories from all industrial sectors, the City offers industrialists to the possibility to purchase plots ranging from $125 to $200 per m2. About 20 percent of the land has already been purchased.

“The price of industrial land is still too expensive in Saida and its surroundings” said Bissat and that municipalities should offer the Mshaa’ for free to build the Industrial City. Industrialists require a minimum of 4,000 square meters to build their factories, which means, no less than $600,000 per plot. “This is too expensive and requires huge investments,” said Bissat.
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Source: http://www.businessnews.com.lb/cms/Story/StoryDetails.aspx?ItemID=4372
 

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Oasis factory to open near Saida
To provide waterproof products



Oasis, a new industrial facility, will be established in the Tebna Industrial City, near Saida, to manufacture waterproof wood moldings for construction.

Works on the factory will begin as soon as Oasis receives its license from the Ministry of Industry. It is expected to start operations in early 2015.

Oasis will begin by manufacturing wood molds and expand to wooden doors, closets and kitchens in the future. The factory will produce 100 tons of wood, per month.

Hady Ghaddar, Managing Partner, said: “Our factory will be the first of its kind to manufacture this type of mold, as all those available in the market are made of dry wood.”

Investment in the project is expected to reach $1.5 million. The company has already imported the fully automated machines required for this industry from Germany.

The 2,000 square meter plot of land cost $300,000. The factory is expected to create more than 20 jobs.

Ghaddar said that the factory will be targeting the regional markets, mainly Syria and Saudi Arabia.
Reported by Rania Ghanem

Source: http://www.businessnews.com.lb/cms/Story/StoryDetails.aspx?ItemID=4475
 

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A $70 million hospital to open in Nabatieh
AUBMC to manage medical staff



MEDRAR Foundation, a charity, will open MEDRAR Medical Center (MMC) in Choukine, Nabatieh by early 2017.

The cost of investment in the new hospital will reach $70 million. The 38,000 square meter hospital will host 200 beds. MMC will be eco-friendly, LEED-Gold certified and powered by various renewable energy resources.

The hospital will comprise six centers of excellence: Cancer, heart and vascular, orthopedic, otology, a home for the elderly, addiction and psychotherapy. It will also include surgery, intensive care rooms, as well as outpatient clinics. The hospital will be applying the Joint Commission International (JCI) standards for hospitals.

The MEDRAR Foundation signed a long-term Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC) to run it as a teaching hospital. According to Dr. Ali Hajj, Founding Member of the Governing Board at MEDRAR Medical Center, AUBMC will be responsible of training and preparing the whole medical staff, including physicians and nurses. It will be involved in medical administration. It will be a university hospital for teaching and training the physicians.

MMC will create more than 800 job opportunities including physician posts. “MMC will create a good economic cycle in this region and will serve all classes,” Hajj said.

Patients will receive the same quality of medical services that AUBMC patients do, according to Hajj.

The hospital will be financed through charities. Hajj said that till now the foundation has collected a large part of the budget required for building the hospital.

MMC will sign contracts with the Ministry of Public Health, the National Social Security Fund and insurance companies to cover part of the expenses.

Reported by Rania Ghanem

Source: http://www.businessnews.com.lb/cms/Story/StoryDetails.aspx?ItemID=4654
 
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