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Interview with Muscat Bay CEO Sheikh Hamood
We recently caught up with Sheikh Hamood, our CEO, and asked him a few questions about how he felt the development was progressing at Muscat Bay.
LITB: Sheikh Hamood, how is construction progressing?
Sheikh Hamood: Everything is going to plan and progressing to schedule. We are aiming to have most of the units for Nameer ready for next month, and for Zaha by quarter one of next year.
LITB: What kind of people, do you think, are going to be moving into Muscat Bay?
Sheikh Hamood: We expect there to be mix of both Omanis and expats creating a multi-cultural community. We also expect to see future residents covering a wide range of ages and backgrounds with both young couples and larger families.
LITB: Should people be worried about moving in while construction is still taking place?
Sheikh Hamood: No, not at all. We are releasing different phases on a block-by-block basis to ensure the safety of the residents. Disruption will be kept to a minimum as we now enter the final phase of construction.
LITB: The Jumeirah Resort Hotel is due to be completed by Quarter 3 next year. What do you expect them to offer?
Sheikh Hamood: Jumeirah have decided to expand their portfolio by coming to Muscat Bay and this demonstrates their complete confidence and belief in Oman and this project. The 5-star hotel on one of the best beachfronts in Oman will celebrate local heritage and offer international restaurants, fitness and leisure centers, tennis courts, Kids Club and a signature Talise spa.
LITB: Do you have anything to say to our readers in this first edition of Life in the Bay?
Sheikh Hamood: We thank you for supporting us and we very much hope that you come and visit Muscat Bay soon.