"Perimetre Avenue du Parc" in Beirut

Lebanese developers seem to be adamant to launch new construction projects particularly in Beirut Central District (BCD), a region with a high commercial potential.

Perimetre Avenue du Parc is a mix of high-end residential and commercial project, to be offered by Fawaz Holding in Minet El Hosn.

The project offers five residential floors, providing between 12 and 15 apartments of a size ranging between 375 to 1,300 square meters. The project also includes two storefronts stretching over an area of 2,500 square meters, and a private garden of 1,000 square meters.


Designed by Donald Bates (Australian architect) and the Lebanese cabinet Sabbag /Assi, the project which stretches over an area of 9,000 square meters is set to be completed in 2015.


Perimetre Avenue du Parc SAL is owned by Fawaz Holding, a Lebanese company which owns several retail stores in Beirut, such as C&F, Mephisto, TBS, and La Cave and Shoe Box.


Fawaz Holding is planning to start another residential project in Wadi Abu Jmil area in Beirut in 2012. The building will consist of eight apartments, 350 square meters each, and two duplexes.



Migration to cities is increasing so much that, by 2050, the UN predicts that approximately two thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities.


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