BLOMINVEST SAUDI ARABIA AND SINOGULF SIGNED AN AGREEMENT TO DEVELOP AL SHARQ INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS HUB IN RIYADH.

BLOMINVEST Saudi Arabia, an investment company specialized in asset management, financial advisory services and private equity investments licensed by the Saudi Capital Market Authority, has signed an agreement with SinoGulf to develop an Industrial logistic park in Riyadh through a private Fund that will be managed by BLOMINVEST.

Abdullah Saud AlRashoud, CEO of BLOMINVEST revealed that the main purpose of the fund is investment in the industrial real estate sector through the acquisition of a plot located in Eastern Riyadh. With a fund size of SAR 1.15 billion, the Project will cover an area of 1,112,000 m2 and aims to develop warehouses, office space, and labor camps over a period of 4 years.

Hussain Al Awlaqi, Chairman of SinoGulf commented: “We are excited to continue investing in the Saudi market and look forward to partnering with a reputable establishment like BLOMINVEST. We will remain committed in delivering quality products, in line with our previous developments in the UAE and KSA”.

BLOMINVEST SAUDI ARABIA AND SINOGULF Signed An Agreement To Develop AL SHARQ INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS HUB In RIYADH.
BLOMINVEST SAUDI ARABIA AND SINOGULF Signed An Agreement To Develop AL SHARQ INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS HUB In RIYADH.

BLOMINVEST is a Saudi closed Joint Stock Company established in 2008. It is authorized by the Capital Market Authority (CMA) to work as an investment bank in Saudi Arabia. The Company has launched several real estate funds over the last few years with a total size of 5.1 Billon SAR.

SinoGulf is an affiliate of SinoGulf Real Estate Investments LLC, known as SinoGulf Investments. The company was established in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the purpose of forming strategic partnerships with Saudi companies to facilitate project execution and the development of real estate properties in Saudi Arabia. The company has developed different real estate projects in the region including residential, commercial and industrial.

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