Roshn launches new 2,500 home residential project, Aldanah
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Roshn launches new 2,500 home residential project, Aldanah

Saudi-PIF owned Roshn Group has launched its sixth integrated community in the Kingdom. Aldanah covers 1.7m sqm and will add more than 2,500 homes to the housing market in the economic hub, Greater Dammam. The project is expected to house 10,000 residents once it has been completed.

Aldanah is strategically located in the heart of Greater Dammam, at the confluence of Dammam, Dhahran, and Al Khobar, next to King Abdulaziz Road and just 20 minutes from King Fahd International Airport.

According to a statement, the project will feature thoughtfully placed amenities that provide residents with the convenience that has become Roshn’s signature, with a city experience centre, a district mall, three neighborhood retail centres, a primary healthcare centre, mosques, and six schools dotted throughout walkable neighbourhoods.

Aldanah’s design language will leverage the rich cultural heritage of the region, creating a daily dialogue between past, present, and future by combining traditional motifs with modern materials and techniques. The range of residences will offer an eclectic choice of homes for every family, with duplexes and villas configured specifically for Roshn’s latest community, the statement added.

In alignment with Roshn’s overarching philosophy and dedication to sustainability and enhancing the quality of life, Aldanah homes will benefit from exemplary energy conservation, with modern insulation as a result of ultra-low U-value concrete, 250l solar water heaters, and maximally efficient air-conditioning that combine to deliver energy saving significantly above the mandated Saudi Building Code, the developer said.

Close to 10% of Aldanah’s total footprint will be dedicated to urban green space, accompanied by shaded ‘Living Streets’, with native trees and shrubs, encouraging residents to connect with nature.

Aldanah will also incorporate cycle lanes and mobility hubs, providing residents with micro-mobility options, including e-bikes and e-scooters, reducing the need for traditional vehicles, the statement concluded.

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