US Real Estate Tycoon Thomas Kramer Signs US $ 20 Billion Deal with Bahria Town

US real estate Tycoon Thomas Kramer signs US $ 20 billion Deal with Bahria Town

US Real Estate tycoon Thomas Kramer and CEO Bahria Town Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik signed a US$20billion agreement for Pakistan’s first ever Island City, Bundal & Buddo Islands, Karachi. A joint consortium of international investors will join hands to develop this project and the deal with Thomas Kramer is the first level of this agreement. Announcement of other global investors from Middle East and around the globe will be made soon.

Covering 12,000 acres of land, this project will be developed in a span of 5-10 years but the residential communities will start being handed over to the people in 2016. The global attractions of the project comprise of world’s tallest building, world’s largest shopping mall, Sports city, Educational & Medical city, International city and a Media city, all having the most modern facilities & amenities and the most advanced infrastructure.

Island City will be connected to DHA Karachi via a six-lane modern bridge. The entire city will be a “high security zone”, having its own drinking water (converting sea-water into drinking water) and power generation plants to enable it to be self sufficient for power. Moreover the project will have mosques, cinemas, spas, golf clubs, school, hospital and other global standard amenities to furnish a modern lifestyle.

Thomas Kramer at the occasion said “I have full confidence in the people and economy of Pakistan. In 1970 when I started my project in Germany it was a worst era of their history. Likewise when Miami Beach project was started, the area was in full control of Cuban criminals, different mafias and gangsters. Dead bodies used to be scattered on the beaches. I completed my projects successfully.

Today they are the world’s most secure and advanced regions. Current situation in Pakistan is much better than those areas. Further I am confident that this project along with boasting the economy will also eradicate terrorism from Pakistan. This is a once in a lifetime chance to bring Pakistan back on the map to the leading nations in the world.”

US real estate Tycoon Thomas Kramer signs US $ 20 billion Deal with Bahria Town

Speaking at the occasion, current consultant & the former chairman of Bahria Town; Mr. Malik Riaz Hussain said that our slogan is “Bahria Town Commits – Bahria Town Delivers and Alhamdulillah we have fulfilled all our promises made with Pakistan & Pakistanis. We know that the construction sector has played a key role in transforming the USA, Malaysia, Japan, Turkey and Germany into developed nations.

In the same manner, Insha Allah, Pakistan will also become a developed nation, which is our vision. This project will not only provide 2.5 million jobs but will help revive 55 national industries and provide housing to 1 million Pakistanis. It will also help eliminate terrorism and crimes.”

Thomas Kramer is a visionary businessman commonly known as TK. He surveyed an island hideout of Cuban pirates in 1991-92 and later on developed it into the present day Miami Beach, which is one of the biggest international tourist destinations of today.He is specialist and well known for building skyscrapers in coastal areas. His company has successfully constructed several projects around the globe.

Bahria Town’s spokesman expressed that it’s an honor to join hands with such a visionary developer of Kramer’s caliber.

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  1. Farooq Ali says:

    I am impressed that Mr. Kramer has a German background, since Germany has close cultural and educational ties with Pakistan, and was an inspiration for no less a personage as Iqbal.
    I have visited South Miami Beach, which was a case of urban blight before Mr. Kramer developed it into a clean, modern and prosperous district. There are concerns about deforestation of the mangroves. In fact, there are mangrove forests off Miami, which are very well conserved and their marine life including shrimp, dolphins, etc are scientifically managed to conserve the ecology. One possibility is to have tall or even all buildings and roadways on bridges and raised pilings 5O feet above sea level with earthquake dampening hydraulics (active “tendon” system), base isolaters, cross braces and flexible pipes and conduits. A grid of raised walkways and moving sidewalks would allow open spaces for the mangrove forest. The elevation would also protect against tsunamis. This project should go forward ASAP.

  2. Farooq Ali says:

    Further to my previous post, the Diamond Bar City project would benefit by a circular monorail system, as in Disneyland and DisneyWorld in Florida, and eventually a high speed monorail train to the Quaid-e-Azam International airport. The monorail could have an extension to, for example, Gizri where a station interchange could be built for an extension of the KCR which would facilitate commuting for the labor workforce, and the airport route could go through Korangi to bypass the congested Shahrah-e-Faisal corridor. The companies that built the Beijing-Shanghai High Speed Railway would be a good option to contract for such a project.
    As for tourist attractions and mangrove forest preservation, the Deering Bay Yacht and Country Club and Golf course in Florida is built entirely within a large mangrove forest and could be a good model for Diamond Bar. Likewise, a marine park and aquarium similar to Sea World in Orlando would be a good source of tourist revenue.

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