Saudi Arabia launches 4,775-home Al Worood City project in Taif

Residential project has been developed by Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Housing to provide citizen homes

Al Worood City has been launched.
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Al Worood City has been launched.

The Governor of Taif Region, Saad bin Muqbel Al Maimouni, has launched the Al Worood City residential project in Saudi Arabia, with the 4,775-villa development implemented by Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Housing, according to an Arabic-language report by Saudi Arabia's official news agency, SPA.

General supervisor of real estate development at Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Housing, Mamdouh Al Sharhan, said 67 projects were under construction in various parts of the kingdom, comprising 122,000 apartments, villas, and townhouses.

Of the total number, 14 projects are being developed in Makkah and two in Taif, and work is under way on 55 projects that comprise 100,000 housing units, SPA added.

Al Maimouni said that Al Worood was part of the ministry's programmes to develop homes for Saudi Arabian citizens. SPA reported that starting price of the villas was $133,008 (SAR499,000).

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