Located on the other side of the historical port, the centre is the initial visible structure in the transformation of MaSQ into a modern day waterfront location, a improvement in strategic partnership with Oman Tourism Development Company (Omran), the government’s tourism improvement arm.
The space will provide unparalleled views of the Arabian Sea and the wealthy heritage of Muttrah. Located at the southern finish of the Muttrah Corniche, the MaSQ Discovery Centre will also residence an Omani restaurant operated by Bait al Luban, exactly where visitors can take pleasure in fresh seafood against the beautiful backdrop of Muscat’s prized port.
“We look forward to welcoming our neighbours to discover our shared future, as we showcase our pride in the rich history of the port to our guests from around the world,” explained Wael al Lawati, senior vice president for International Development at Damac.
“Having redefined urban development in the Middle East, our support in this landmark project was an obvious fit and underlines our ongoing commitment to the development of this region across market segments.”
A pre-qualification tender for the project building functions, consisting of phased residential, hotels and retail phased improvement was also produced public.
Qualified contractors had been invited to be component of the transformation of the historical port into a US$2bn integrated waterfront location. The improvement is in line with the National Strategy for Tourism 2040, and led by Muttrah Tourism Development Company, a joint venture in between Omran and Damac. Since the initial announcement of the joint venture, in depth project preparing and location creating study for Muttrah, the district that surrounds MaSQ, has been undertaken, although obstructing structures have been cleared for the initial phase of building.
Information Source: Muscat Daily