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Mouawad Projects
Wadi Abu Jmil
Built-Up Area
18,000 Sqm
  • The-Pavilions
At the city center western periphery, Wadi Abu Jmil a very exclusive residential area, commands superb geographic and natural qualities.

It is within a walking distance from the new waterfront area, the hotel district and the renovated Souks of Beirut Central District.

A gentle topography- cascading towards the seashore and a cluster of stone buildings with terracotta-tilled pitched roofs define it as a "Levantine hill town".

Together, with nearby Zokak El Blat it has preserved buildings from the turn-of-the-century centrally planned traditional Lebanese houses and the 1930's and the 1950's.

In this area, heritage mansions are restored to house private art and antiques collections, converted into boutique hotels, or grouped as town houses to form an exclusive residential enclave on top of a hill, integrated in numerous pocket parks creating and intercate web of gardens, pedestrian alleys and small piazzas.

Close to the Grand Serail, the Mouawad Museum and the Serail Hill, The Pavilions, a luxurious and traditional residential building in a 1950's design, in a preserved neighborhood privileged with a brand new infrastructure. Its planning is entirely dedicated to its residents.

All equipped with pleasant spacious privative gardens and terraces, they offer the originality of beautiful volumes lit well by beautiful by openings, The Pavilions benefit from a specific entry, with calm streets on the charming rue de France.

The Pavilions comprises:
  • 2 Pavilions Triplexes on the ground, 1st and 2nd floors from 730 to 904m2.
  • 2 Pavilions Duplexes on the ground and 1st floors around 530m2.
  • 1 Simplex on the 2nd floor of 500m2.
  • 4 Terrace apartments from the 3rd and 4th floors from 300m2 to 550m2.
  • 12 typical apartments from the 5th to the 7th floor from 250 to 500m2.
  • A Penthouse on the 8th floor.
  • Each, with the required underground parking spaces and cellars.