Al Wataniya and Al Khasa launch 'Business Park'
Jeddah , July 3, 2007
Adeem Al Wataniya and Al Dar Al Khasa Urban Development Company have signed a landmark agreement to build 'The Headquarters Business Park' on Jeddah Corniche.
The deal was signed in presence of Al Wataniya managing director Majid Karim, and Al Khasa managing director Dr Ibrahim Mohammad Rayes.
The project will consist of 52 floors with space of a 68,000 square metres. Businessmen and companies have their choice of condominium space which meets their needs.
In addition, and for the first time in Saudi Arabia, 'The Headquarters Business Park' offers Sky villas, distributed at different levels, two floors each, with sky garden facing the Red Sea waves.
The tower will also be home to the most elite five-star restaurants serving the most splendid Arabic and international cuisine in a great ambience topped only by its impeccable sea front view.
The parking lot will hold up to 2,000 vehicles, with three spots per 100 square metres (the highest average of spots per 100 square metres in Saudi so far). All this space will be monitored under the most recent in security surveillance and up to the hour protection,another feature enhancing the perfection in design and consideration.Trade Arabia News Service
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