The project plans to house the world’s tallest building.
Saudi Arabia is filled with ambition. The Kingdom is home to megaprojects from Neom to the Red Sea. Now, Saudi Arabia Holding Co. has announced The North Pole project, which is described as a city of the future.
Saudi Arabia Holding Co. CEO Mohammed AlQahtani shared The North Pole megaproject’s plans, which span 306 square metres. Located in the north of Riyadh, it aims to include the world’s tallest building. Rise Tower looks set to be a slim, sleek structure pointing straight into the sky. The height of the building has not yet been confirmed, but it hopes to beat Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, which stands more than 830 metres tall.
The North Pole megaproject focuses on connectivity and sustainability. The site will include bike lanes, pathways, pedestrian-friendly streets and access to nature. Plus, it will boast green credentials and be powered by solar energy as well as renewable sources.
The North Pole sounds like something straight out of a science fiction film, as it will feature air taxis and vertical living. The urban living space will create homes as well as offices. The state-of-the-art transport system will include autonomous vehicles and high-speed underground transport.
AlQahtani explained: “The North Pole project seamlessly blends modernity with the beauty of nature, delivering a unique living experience. The project is poised to usher in a remarkable transformation, redefining the region’s economic and social landscape. Anticipated to generate new job opportunities, attract foreign investments, and elevate living standards, this visionary project aims to elevate Riyadh’s global standing as a modern metropolis.”
The opening date for The North Pole has not yet been confirmed. Check in with FACT for more details.
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