Bahar Centre is a mixed-use building located on the hills of Azimieh in Iran overlooking Karaj’s skyline as well as Alborz Mountains at the start of beautiful Tehran-Chalous Road. With five levels of underground parking, this complex is comprised of 4000 SM of commercial space and 8 levels of residential floors.
Commercial Spaces & Stores
The first three levels of this high-end commercial space, accommodates for flagship stores and boutiques. The sloping landscape of this site allows for each store to have separate entrances from the outside.
The main entrance, located on the second level, which opens up into an intimate shopping space.
Restaurant & Coffee Shop
From the third floor of the commercial levels, the customers will find access to a coffee shop and lounge on the floor above that will be at one of the highest points of Karaj with a 180-degree panoramic view of the city and its skyline. The full height windows of the coffee shop will be folded out during the warmer seasons to allow the whole floor to turn into a covered patio.
Lobby & Amenities
The Residents of the building will have access to world-class amenities in the building that creates a sense of exclusive community for its residence. Cinematheque, billiard room, party room, gym, sauna, yoga, pilates and spinning rooms are the components of the amenity area of building along a cozy and walled outdoor courtyard for outdoor activities that can be reserved by the residents through the management of the building for their private events. A separate entrance to the lobby with 24hr concierge and BMS electronic devices will provide the security of the building and the elevators and assures the separation of the commercial functions at the base with the exclusive residential nature of the upper floors.
Five levels of underground parking will serve the whole building. The first two floors will be dedicated to commercial uses and the last three will accommodate the residents. These two components will be separated by an electronically operated gate in the middle to assure the separation of the residents from the visitors of the building.