Quality infrastructure for transportation, utilities, and telecommunication is an important facet of the overall service at Al Narjis Hills. Close cooperation between various government authorities and our team will help us achieve the highest standards of facilities and services.
The internal road network at Al Narjis plays a key role in its integrated master plan. The design provides for easy access, but also shields residential areas effectively from through-traffic and noise pollution.
Dividers and pavements will also be used to create a coherent green network of public spaces and attractive commercial spots. Tree-shaded walkways and adequate street parking are other key features.
Other basic infrastructure includes an uninterrupted supply of water and electricity, sewage treatment, street lighting that’s aesthetic, intelligent and energy saving; ample signage, and a state-of-the-art telecommunication network.
Blocks | Intro
Al Narjis Hills consists of five massive blocks, Blocks 31, 32, 33, 34 and 39. The blocks will comprise a variety of components including residential communities, sports clubs, education facilities, leisure and entertainment facilities, offices, commercial centres, hospitality facilities, and a medical hub.
The Kingdom’s largest shopping mall
Block 31 is the anchor component at Al Narjis Hills. A super-regional mall and ski park covering approximately 300,000 square metres of gross leasable area will form the centre of its mixed-use elements.
Other components of Block 31 will include entertainment, fine dining, mixed residential, a small office square, hotels and furnished serviced apartments – both premium and affordable, and large open spaces and parks.
A wide road network, ample public parking and shaded walking paths will ensure the development is easily accessible by car or by foot.
A mix of residential and commercial spaces
Block 32 is characterised by its topography and its excellent connectivity to the MAFP mall. Located on Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Highway and Anas Bin Malek Highway, the block will feature five distinct and contained neighbourhoods, three of which will be adjacent to a pedestrian path leading to the mall.
In addition to its residential neighbourhoods, Block 32 will feature several sophisticated commercial and mixed-use areas, including a plaza and hotels.
The heart of the community
Located at the heart of Al Narjis Hills, Block 33 will distinguish itself by its large gated residential community which features apartments and villas. A huge commercial plaza is proposed in the south-western corner of the block, which together with the adjacent plaza on Block 32, will form an important commercial core around the intersection of Anas Bin Malek and Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Highways.
Block 34 is prominently located at the intersection of King Salman Road and Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Highway. Emphasising its strategic setting, this block will feature an architecturally ambitious high-rise cluster that takes advantage of its excellent visibility and access from King Khalid International Airport.
Aside from the commercial landmark in its northern part, the block will have two residential neighbourhoods and further commercial areas along Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Highway.
All in the mix
Block 39 features an array of highly attractive development opportunities, benefiting strongly from the excellent location adjacent to MAFP Mall and Al Takhassusi/Al Thumamah Road.
A secure expatriate residential compound with its own sports and leisure club will be at the heart of the block. The compound will be adjacent to an international school and the-first-of-its-kind sports and entertainment centre.
Towards the south, a medical park will feature a private hospital, speciality clinics and other medical components including long term elderly care and rehabilitation facilities.
An affordable hotel and furnished serviced apartments complex will complement the healthcare facility. On the Southernmost part of the block, adjacent to Al Takhassusi/Al Thumamah Road, an ‘automoto city’ is part of the master plan. Agencies for premium car brands, auto servicing components, a karting track, and ‘automoto city’ themed restaurants and retail will make this part of Al Narjis a motor enthusiast’s dream destination.
Prospect Developments | Automoto City
In Riyadh, most car agencies and distributors are located in the east, with a few in the centre and south. It is time that the northern part of Riyadh has such services within reach.
Automoto City aims to build an ultra modern mixed-use concept to house showrooms of premium brands of cars, as well as all related services such as auto accessories and revamping agencies, major service centres, financing services and insurance agencies.
But there’s more to Automoto City than just grownups looking at cars. The entire family has reason to keep coming back to this destination with recreational facilities that include a state-of-the-art indoor go-karting ring, F1 arcade simulation game centre, remote control dirt road roadsters racing, billiards, bowling arena, retail by premium auto brands, and restaurants, cafes and a food-court with an automotive theme.