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Jeddah Gate

Jeddah, KSA

This development constitutes the Commercial Center of a major development commissioned by Emaar on Jeddah’s vacant old airport site. The project contains a major residential component with 3 main towers for a 5-star hotel, serviced
apartments and condominium apartments. Other low rise residential buildings provide “efficiency” apartments for a growing market in this sector.

The project also contains a major commercial / retail component comprising 2-storey shopping located around the central plaza area with restaurants and cafes overlooking the central landscaped area. An abstract design vocabulary was adopted for this development inspired by traditional Hejazi architecture characterized by the use of wooden roshan and local stone.

wahat jeddah

Jeddah, KSA

This medium income development is planned on a 700,000 sqm site east of the Ring Road, Jeddah. 4000 residential units are designed within predominantly low-rise apartment buildins that are served by various public amenities including a shopping mall complex, schools, mosques and large outdoor landscaped gardens. The total built-up area of the project is approximately 1,300,000 sqm. The apartment buildings are arranged around a large central garden that is designed to create a more integrated community strengthening the social fabric of neighborhood residents.

Jeddah Gate

Jeddah, KSA

This development constitutes the Commercial Center of a major development commissioned by Emaar on Jeddah’s vacant old airport site. The project contains a major residential component with 3 main towers for a 5-star hotel, serviced
apartments and condominium apartments. Other low rise residential buildings provide “efficiency” apartments for a growing market in this sector.

The project also contains a major commercial / retail component comprising 2-storey shopping located around the central plaza area with restaurants and cafes overlooking the central landscaped area. An abstract design vocabulary was adopted for this development inspired by traditional Hejazi architecture characterized by the use of wooden roshan and local stone.