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"2016"

Achour Development commenced works on the following real estate projects: Madinati Tower, C-Rock, The W Tower,

"2015"

Achour Development have taken on the master-planned B-Verdun development in Verdun Area, Future Residence in Ramlet Al Bayda, Ghandour Residence in raouche, Sila Residence in bir hasan, Al Zein Residence in baabda and Tebna industrial City.

"2014"

To date, the firm has completed over 200 projects, and has positioned itself as one of Lebanon’s largest integrated property developers, with plans for growth and expansion in the horizon for 2014 and the firm also handled the development of City Gate in Chiyah.

"2013"

In 2013, Achour Development set its sights on grand projects around the city. Adding to its rich portfolio, they have taken on the Nile Residence the Unesco Offices and Palm Tower 

"2012"

In 2012, Achour Development took on the Nora, Ambassador and Jasmin Tower, and began with their development. 

"2011"

2011 saw the addition of three main residential projects around Beirut, which were Lana and Tahiti Residences.

"2010"

In 2010, the firm also handled the development of Nora Residence, Ambassador Residence and La Casa Residence.

"2009"

In 2009, the firm began introducing higher end residential projects in prime locations across Beirut, such as Verdun and Ramlet Al Baida. In 2009, both Verdun Gate and Ramlet Tower were launched by Achour Development.

In addition, in 2009, the firm took on many real estate projects which include: Emirates Towers, Golf Residence, La Casa Residence, Echbilia Residence, Mercury Residence, Silver Towers and Garden City.

"2006"

As Achour Development’s reputation continued to be strengthened in the Lebanese market by its growing portfolio, and exceptional expertise, many new real estate projects were taken on in 2006.

Throughout the year, the following residences and works were managed by the firm: Al Jazeera tower, four residential blocks in the Bir Hassan area, Al Rihab builing, Montana, Blue Bay, Monay, Park Tower, Coral Residence, and public works in the South and North of Lebanon.  

"2005"

Achour Development portfolio continued to grow throughout 2004 and in the following 3 years, as additional real estate projects and infrastructural works were added. In addition, the firm expanded its reach to the Northern areas of Lebanon.

Over the course of these two years (2004 and 2005) the firm’s portfolio of projects grew, and the value of the firm rose. Achour Development commenced works on the following real estate projects:

  • 2004: Al Andalous, Nariz & Wazir building, Yara Residence, Sereen Residence and Dana building
  • 2005: Joudi & Darine building, Faten Residence, Hiba Towers, Zeina Residence, Rayan building, Marakesh building and Rola Tower

"2004"

Achour Development portfolio continued to grow throughout 2004 and in the following 3 years, as additional real estate projects and infrastructural works were added. In addition, the firm expanded its reach to the Northern areas of Lebanon.

Over the course of these two years (2004 and 2005) the firm’s portfolio of projects grew, and the value of the firm rose. Achour Development commenced works on the following real estate projects:

  • 2004: Al Andalous, Nariz & Wazir building, Yara Residence, Sereen Residence and Dana building

"2003"

In 2003, Achour Development portfolio dramatically grew, with the introduction of many real estate projects and infrastructural works around the country. The most notable of which were the development of two schools, one in the Mosaytbeh area and another in El Hermel, as well as electrical works in the Electricity Company of Lebanon (EDL).

In addition, in 2003, Achour Development completed projects for the Municipality of Public Works in Lebanon, alongside residential projects launched by regional clientele. ‘

In 2003, Achour Development also took on the works for Sedeem Towers, Lina Residence, Matar Residence, the Darwish Residences and Dima building.

"2002"

Alongside the residential projects that were launched by Achour Development in 2002, the firm was commissioned by the Ghobeiry Municipality in Lebanon to head the Ghobeiry Educational College in the area (which was completed in 2004).

2002 was a rather prosperous year for the firm, with many projects entering their portfolio. They include: Hayat, Rana and Al Mayassa residences.

"2001"

In 2001, the High Relief Committee in Lebanon approached Achour Development to head the development of the Qana High Technical College, which took two years to complete.

Achour Development also commenced works on two real estate projects in 2001, which included Nour and Sama residences.

"2000"

In 1999, three real estate projects were taken on in the Chiyah and Chakra areas.

Achour Development was managing an annual volume of projects worth 100 million US dollars by 1999.

The real estate projects that Achour Development took on in these two years include: two plots in the Chakra district, as well as one real estate project in Chiyah.

"1999"

In 1999, three real estate projects were taken on in the Chiyah and Chakra areas.

Achour Development was managing an annual volume of projects worth 100 million US dollars by 1999.

The real estate projects that Achour Development took on in these two years include: two plots in the Chakra district, as well as one real estate project in Chiyah.

"1998"

Achour Development began taking on larger projects around Lebanon. In 1998, they began a project in Aramoun of five residential buildings, which took four years to complete. In addition, they began with the asphalting of roads in the Chiyah area.

"1997"

Four projects were launched in 1997, two of which in the South of Lebanon.

This year Achour Development also took on a project in Ain Al Remmaneh, and two others in Chakra and Nabatieh.

"1996"

1996 too saw the introduction of new projects by Achour Development, of which was outside Beirut, in the city of Tyre. Commissioned by the Middle East Establishment for Development and Tourism, Achour Development headed the infrastructural works in Tyre, completing the project in 1998.

Other projects which were also taken on by Achour Development in 1996 include: General I and Al Malakeh.

"1995"

In 1995, a total of 6 residential projects followed suite, all in the Chiyah and Mseitbeh districts that were starting to become widely populated.

The real estate projects that were started in 1995 by Achour Development include: Al Jad, Al Malak, Ellissar, Al Maysaa, Ramzi Sadek and Al Fayrouz.

"1994"

As Achour Development’s portfolio began to grow, the client base expanded. And so, in 1994, clients approached the firm to manage and develop residential projects, all of which were completed in 1996.

In this year, works on the following real estate projects commenced around Beirut: Sally, Al Amal, Al Sultan and Al Nada.

Four buildings were also finalized in 1994, in the Chiyah district.

"1993"

1993 marked the launch of four new real estate projects under the management of Achour Development.  They were Lousaka, Paradise, Lamiya and Hawaii III, which were all completed in 1995.

"1992"

In 1992, Achour Development took on its first real estate project, called Hawaii I. This marked the firm’s first venture into the real estate market.

Other residential projects followed this year, including Hawaii II and Al Baraka which were completed in 1994.

"1991"

Achour Development was founded in 1991, in Beirut, Lebanon, under the name of the ‘Office of Engineer Mohammed Wissam Ali Achour’.

Soon thereafter, the private firm specialized in construction and consulting, changed its name to Achour Development, and took on small projects across the city. As the firm grew, building on a solid reputation of strength and reliability, diverse projects began entering their portfolio.