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Saudi National Housing Co.’s Al-Qassim projects launched

Saudi National Housing Co.’s Al-Qassim projects launched

RIYADH: The National Housing Co. launched the Azyan Buraydah project in Al-Qassim, Buraydah.

The project is part of a series of plans being developed by the company in cooperation with the Bin Jarallah Co. for Trading and Contracting.

NHC aims to establish additional residential projects with comprehensive development for the purpose of meeting the aspirations of families and contributing to increasing home ownership.

The new project consists of 185 villas of 289 to 346 square meters each, on a total area of more than 59,906 square meters. Each villa has its own design, creating a unique lifestyle in a vibrant and integrated environment. As such, beneficiaries can enjoy a wide range of products to suit their needs.

More details of the units are posted on the Sakani website and application.

The NHC is an enabler of the real estate development sector. It is also the largest developer of suburbs and residential areas. Ensuring quality of life is one of the aims the company seeks to achieve, in addition to increasing the real estate supply in the Kingdom and providing diverse housing options as part of the goals of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 program, which plans to raise the rate of residential ownership among Saudi families to 70 percent.


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