Revolutionizing Riyadh’s Skyline and Lifestyle with The New Murabba; In an extraordinary announcement that has illuminated the Riyadh skyline and captivated global attention, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, who serves as Prime Minister and Chairman of the New Murabba Development Company (NMDC), has introduced the visionary New Murabba project. This monumental initiative aspires to become the world’s largest contemporary city center, a marvel of urban design that will not only redefine the city’s skyline but also enhance the quality of life for its residents.
A Futuristic Vision in Riyadh’s Heart
The New Murabba project embodies a truly futuristic vision. Spanning an impressive 19-square-kilometer expanse, it will provide more than 25 million square meters of floor space, heralding an era of urban living unparalleled in scale and innovation. Nestled at the intersection of King Salman and King Khalid roads in northwest Riyadh, this immense development aims to be the epicenter of modernity and innovation.
Commitment to Sustainability and Quality of Life
A fundamental pillar of the New Murabba project is its steadfast commitment to sustainability. The city of the future will seamlessly integrate green spaces, inviting pedestrian and cycling pathways that promote healthy, active lifestyles, along with vibrant community activities. This forward-thinking approach not only redefines urban living but reimagines it.
The New Murabba project is more than just a transformation of skylines; it is a transformation of lives. By 2030, it is projected to contribute a staggering SR180 billion to non-oil GDP and create an impressive 334,000 direct and indirect jobs. This isn’t merely a development; it is an economic transformation poised to secure Riyadh’s future.
A World of Possibilities Within Reach
Within a 15-minute walking radius, residents and visitors alike will find themselves immersed in a world of possibilities. Cutting-edge community facilities, recreational spaces, entertainment venues, and cultural hubs will be within easy reach. A state-of-the-art technology and design university, a versatile immersive theater, and an iconic museum will all enrich the vibrant tapestry of the New Murabba.
A Hub of Housing and Commerce
With 1.4 million square meters of office space, over 980,000 square meters of retail space, more than 104,000 residential units, and 9,000 hotel rooms, the New Murabba is poised to become a bustling hub of housing and commerce. It’s not just a place to reside; it’s a place to thrive.
The Mukaab: A Beacon of Innovation
At the heart of the New Murabba stands the “Mukaab,” an architectural masterpiece that will rank among the world’s largest constructed structures. Soaring to a height, width, and length of 400 meters, it will encompass 2 million square meters of floor space. Its cubic design maximizes space utilization and incorporates cutting-edge technologies. Marrying modern Najdi architectural elements with digital and virtual technology, the “Mukaab” offers an immersive experience like no other. Perched atop a spiral base, it will host premium hospitality, retail, cultural and tourist attractions, residential and hotel units, commercial spaces, and recreational facilities. The “Mukaab” isn’t merely a landmark; it’s a testament to innovation.
The New Murabba project is set to revolutionize Riyadh, ushering in an era of modernity, sustainability, and economic prosperity. It’s more than just a development; it’s a transformation of a city and a way of life. Riyadh’s skyline is evolving, and its future appears brighter than ever.
Source: Saudi Gazette
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