KSA Al Waha District Residential Project Phase 1 to be completed by Q4, 2015

Posted on 12th November 2014

The Al Waha District Phase 1 residential project at King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) should be complete by late Q4 next year, according to its developer.


Almost 50% of the 1,600-unit development’s construction is complete, with KAEC preparing to launch the project on 18 and 19 November at Riyadh’s Al Faisaliah Hotel.

Charles Biele, KAEC’s CEO of Residential Development, said: “Al Waha is a Cityscape award winning community spread across 560,000 square meters of land. When completed, Al Waha Phase One will comprise of up to 1,600 residences including apartments, paired homes, townhouses and villas appealing to residents at all life stages who are seeking a premium lifestyle in close proximity to the Red Sea, according to news on Construction Week Online.

“The initial phase of Al Waha includes 608 homes with a variety of architectural styles including Spanish, Moroccan, Italian and Arabic themes,” he added. Biele also highlighted the development’s waterfront dining options, retail shops, health clinic, schools, and mosques.

“In addition, Al Waha will feature exciting community amenities including landscaped parks and walking trails plus a community centre with a resident’s clubhouse, swimming pools and children’s play areas,” he added.

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