A high rise taller than the Burj Khalifa, presently the world’s tallest building, has been given the approval in Jeddah City.
The Saudi engineer behind arrangements for the 170-story building affirmed that it had secured subsidizing to finish the record-breaking task.
Called the ‘Jeddah Tower‘, the building is set to rise just about 3,300 feet, overwhelming the Burj Khalifa, which remains at 2,716 feet.
Guests will have the capacity to visit the dazzling survey deck and stroll around an ‘air park’. There will likewise be a lodging, condo and workplaces.
The task will cost around 4.6 billion riyals (£814 million) and will be supported by Alinma Bank and oversaw by Alinma Investment.
The engineers, Jeddah Economic Company, are additionally building up the first period of Jeddah Economic City, a urban undertaking encompassing the tower in the north of Jeddah.