Abdul Latif Jameel Land develops its first residential complex in KSA

Abdul Latif Jameel Land develops its first residential complex in KSA

August 01, 2016
Rafic Kreidie (left), General Manager of Rafic Kreidie Engineers & Contractors; and Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel, Abdul Latif Jameel Chairman and CEO, sign the contract
Rafic Kreidie (left), General Manager of Rafic Kreidie Engineers & Contractors; and Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel, Abdul Latif Jameel Chairman and CEO, sign the contract

JEDDAH — Abdul Latif Jameel Land, announced its first residential project in Saudi Arabia - the J One Complex, located in Jeddah. The new project, which is being developed through the company’s real estate development company, Sakan Jameel, is a vertical residential complex comprising of 242 apartments, scheduled for completion by 2018.

The development comes as part of Abdul Latif Jameel’s recently announced planned domestic investment of SR7.5 billion in Saudi Arabia over the next five years, including SR2 billion in 2016.

The contract for the project was signed at a ceremony at Hussein Jameel House in Jeddah by Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel, Abdul Latif Jameel Chairman and CEO, and Rafic Kreidie, General Manager of Rafic Kreidie Engineers & Contractors.

Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel said “we are very pleased to be commencing construction on our first residential complex in Saudi Arabia, introducing new innovative architecture and design to the country’s residential market. This project is the first of many developments to come.”

He added, “The J One Complex is being built with sustainability in mind, bringing a distinct offering to the market and contributing to the development of the housing infrastructure in Saudi Arabia.”

The J One complex is uniquely located on a site of more than 65,000 m² in north west of Jeddah in Al Salama area, and will have 242 apartments ranging from one to four bedrooms and 80 m² to 220 m² floor area.

Residents of the complex will have convenient access to the city’s business district, and to various facilities including health and fitness centers, play areas for children, and swimming pools. The parking area will be equipped with solar panels, and will be able to hold up to 310 vehicles.


August 01, 2016
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