In Makkah, work on ten upscale residential complexes has started.

In Makkah, work on ten upscale residential complexes has started.

Work on 10 five-story residential structures has started as part of The Kidana Al Wadi project, which is strategically positioned for accommodations in Mina and will span a 33,000-square-meter area near the Jamarat facility, according to the Royal Commission for Makkah City.

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The project, which is being constructed in conjunction with Kidana Development Company, intends to enhance the urban landscape, enable circulation across the property, and improve visitor services.

Situated in close proximity to the Jamarat facility, the project is a component of the holy site’s urban development initiatives aimed at augmenting housing capacity via contemporary architectural design and enhanced amenities to enhance pilgrims’ comfort.

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With 30,000 pilgrims’ capacity, the Kidana Al Wadi project intends to improve visitor services, improve the urban landscape, and ease movement inside the site.

According to the Makkah City Royal Commission, the Kidana Al Wadi project, which has a total building area of 165,000 square meters, will feature modern kitchens, medical clinics, a main prayer hall, outdoor seating areas, control rooms, dining halls, and waste management facilities for each building.

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There are systems in place to effectively handle bus and pedestrian traffic, and temperature control technologies are included in every one of these buildings.

The paper states that twenty power plants with a combined capacity of more than thirty megawatts provide electrical supply, and internal corridors are designed to assist crowd movement.

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