Abdul Latif Jameel Land begins work on third residential complex in Jeddah

Saudi Arabia

Abdul Latif Jameel Land, one of the leading residential and commercial real estate developers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has started developing his second residential project, Dari Q – a development of 158 luxury apartments with integrated community facilities.

The centre of customer and community living, the cornerstones of the development philosophy of Abdul Latif Jameel Land, lies at the heart of the design of the property. The project was launched in line with the integrated lifestyle and community-based approach to the award-winning J-ONE development, which is also located in the safety zone in the north of Jeddah.

Residential development combines a wide range of spacious apartments with a variety of amenities. The two-bedroom apartments consist of two buildings and are divided into four quarters. The 3-storey apartments contain 3-bedroom properties of 7 floors. The four-bedroom houses have 3 floors – a total of 13 floors Different room plans floor on offer. The community-focused complex features retail outlets, rooftop gardens, a rooftop pool, gym, outdoor seating area, multipurpose yard (with football, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts), a games room and a ballroom for up to 90 guests.

Eng. Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel, Chairman and CEO of Abdul Latif Jameel, said that Abdul Latif Jameel Land continues its pioneering approach to residential development with the launch of Dari Q. Building on the success of community-focused living in Jeddah’s J-ONE and Gallery N, they are proud to begin development of this third incredible residential property in Saudi Arabia. Dari Q is another proud step as they continue to support residential development and housing ownership goals identified in Saudi Vision 2030, and remain committed to offering community-focused solutions to residential demand in the market.

The start of construction also marks the launch of individual properties on a pre-sales basis (off-plan sales), with an expected duration of 18 months.