Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Housing has announced that 44% of its housing project in the Al-Jawan suburb, located to the north of Riyadh, has been reserved.
The ministry has also confirmed that the suburb will witness the completion of approximately 4,600 units during 2020, which will be prepared for its beneficiaries.
The Al-Jawan suburb is considered a major residential suburb by the Ministry of Housing, as it is located on an area of approximately 10km2, and represents one of the largest housing and development projects that Riyadh is witnessing.
It is located along the Prince Faisal bin Bandar Road, near the King Khalid International Airport and the Princess Nourah Bint Abdul Rahman University, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency.
The area is also characterised by easy access via King Salman Road and Dammam Road, as well as the integration of its infrastructure, including from water, electricity, and sanitation.
The Ministry of Housing plans to provide more than 20,000 housing units, including apartments, villas, and townhouses, through eight projects implemented by the private sector.
Seven of these projects are available for electronic reservation for Saudi beneficiaries. The projects can accommodate more than 100,000 Saudi citizens.
The Ministry of Housing aims to create a modern society that enables Saudi families to access education, health, shopping, entertainment, and sports with ease and safety.
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