Assessment of Masterplans in Riyadh - Outlook to 2023

Assessment of Masterplans in Riyadh - Outlook to 2023


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Executive Summary

The report titled "Assessment of Masterplans in Riyadh - Outlook to 2023" provides overview of Riyadh city, factors influencing the Riyadh residential market, supply and demand assessment in Riyadh by segment (apartments, villas and vacant lands), residential supply characteristics in terms of housing, market insight and performance, analysis of sale price determinants, infrastructure develop-ment cost, land price assessment in Riyadh city, construction costs for different class (high class, medium class and low class), typical characteristics of apartments and villas in Riyadh. The report also includes competitive analysis of masterplans in the Riyadh city and key features and characters tics of residential sector in Saudi Arabia. The report concludes with the future outlook, investment opportunities and development trends, future landscape of residential sector in Saudi Arabia along with key expected upcoming masterplans.

Riyadh Masterplan Market

Riyadh City Review
Riyadh, the capital city of Saudi Arabia is the headquarters of financial business centers where significant international and Arab conferences and exhibitions are held beside major national festivals and events. It was observed that over 80 mega projects, each worth of atleast USD 1.0 billion are presently underway or planned for completion as per the Saudi Vision 2030 NDP (National Development Plan).

Factors Influencing Riyadh Residential Market
Housing development trends over the past few years in Riyadh indicates that the capital city is growing towards the Northern areas, where the properties have the highest sale prices and experience faster absorption rates. Eastern Riyadh was observed as the most attractive area for middle income households, as it benefits from its connectivity to central Riyadh. Some of the major factors influencing Riyadh residential space include number of land transactions, housing loans and interest rates, urban population, oil price shock, taxation, expat exodus or Saudization, affordability of consumers and increasing number of nuclear families.

Supply and Demand Assessment in Riyadh
The residential space within the capital city showcased a strong potential with the government implementing several key initiatives and reforms such as imposition of white land tax and announcement of large scale housing schemes. The residential market in Riyadh is witnessing a shift towards vertical residential developments which are primarily focused on high-end segment. There has been oversupply in terms of residential units within the country’s real estate sector due to a deceleration in economic growth triggered by the fall in oil prices and lack of affordability among Saudi nationals along with limited access to house financing. Implementation of Saudization policy by the KSA government will make foreign expats move out of the country, therefore increasing the demand-supply gap for residential units in the near future. However, the overall future outlook of Riyadh residential sector is expected to remain positive due to implementation of various urban regeneration initiatives including mixed use communities and investment in infrastructures which are further expected to act as catalysts for sustainable development and a more active residential market. Asir, Makkah and Riyadh were observed as leading cities in terms of largest proportions of used and white (vacant) lands in the KSA as of July 2014 in accordance with the Ministry of Municipality and Rural Affairs.

Residential Supply Characteristics in terms of Housing
Villas have become a popular housing solution for upper-middle class in the KSA, especially in the capital city Riyadh. The average household size of a Saudi national family was noted to be between 5-6 for which villa is a more preferred choice over a 2/3/4 BHK apartment. Mid-size apartment dwellings were also common in Riyadh owing to increasing urbanization. As a result of which, it allowed for an alteration of the family structure as individuals shift from their traditional extended family into nuclear family.

Market Insight and Performance
The residential market in the KSA has seen fundamental changes for instance, the approval of long awaited mortgage law which led to increase in the home financing credit disbursement. The year 2017 ended on a positive note for the country, with the government implementing multiple key initiatives and reforms under the Vision 2030 however, the country’s economy was dragged down by low crude oil prices. The country’s real estate market demand remained subdued in the year 2017 with declining rental rates across all classes coupled with low occupancy levels in the country.

Analysis of Sale Price Determinants
The valuation of a real estate property is dependent on the specifications of material used, layout, design of the property, durability and life cycle of the building. Also, quality and cost of materials used during construction, size, current rates of labor, frontage and other physical attributes such as roof covering, height of the building, type of foundation, waterproofing and base and others affect the price of a particular property. Land prices, construction cost and developer margins tend to be leading sale price determinants of a residential property.

Infrastructure Development Cost
Infrastructural development is one of the most significant factors which influence the real estate property prices in the capital city of Riyadh. The presence of commercial offices, industrial warehouses, hotels, shopping malls, multi-storey car park, roads, airports, flyovers, bus terminals and other facilities in the vicinity of property helps value escalation of the property. The shift towards mega and structured shopping malls has been the result of tenants wanting to benefit from the higher footfall and integrated spaces along with a shift in consumer shopping experience towards leisure and entertainment.

Land Price Assessment in Riyadh City
Northern, Central and Eastern side of Riyadh have shown high demand potential in terms of attractive land pricing and availability of land. Residents have started to prefer these newer districts owing to access to quality roads and physical infra-structure, better environment, amenities, services and facilities therefore, offering modern day lifestyle among others. The expansion towards western parts was observed to be limited majorly due to high presence of valleys whereas, in Southern Riyadh, wider presence of industrial area has limited the growth of residential space within this region.

Construction Cost for Different Classes by Residential Asset in Riyadh
The cost of construction was observed to be high in the case of high asset class villa, high-rise apartments and A class residential compound owing to the presence of increasing number of facilities available in that property, followed by further types.

Competitive Analysis of Masterplans in Riyadh
Majority of the masterplans in Riyadh were observed in their developing phase however, the competition scenario is anticipated to change in the near future along with the expected entry of new players in the country’s residential market. Some of major masterplans operating in Riyadh (Eastern region) include Al Shroog masterplan, Loa’loat Al sharg masterplan; Al Rimal masterplan, Modon Al Sharg masterplan, Bawabat Al Sharg (Al Muzaini Real Estate - East Gate) masterplan, Al Ma’ali masterplan and Al Qadisiya masterplan. Masterplans compete on the basis of various parameters including land area, target segment, residential as well as commercial plot area, building height; land price and others. Modon Al Sharg and Al Rimal (western) are two of the leading masterplans in Riyadh in terms of land area.

Riyadh Residential Market Future Outlook
Despite facing difficulties over the past 2 years, the residential market in the KSA is expected to maintain an overall positive outlook due to the multiple reforms that are being presently planned and executed by the Saudi Arabian government. The most prominent of these reforms are included within Saudi Vision 2030 and the National Transformation Program. These reforms over the long term aim at overcoming the multiple obstacles that are being faced by the residential sector such as the high land prices and the imbalance between demand and supply. Emergence of residential compounds has been gaining popularity amongst tenants. These complexes are in line with Grade B compounds and also offer apartment units, limited facilities and other basic amenities. Some of the key expected upcoming masterplans in the KSA include King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD), Red Sea Project, NEOM city, Jeddah Tower, Al Widyan, The City of Tomorrow and others.

Key Segments Covered:
Type of Residential Units / Stock Distribution
Villa
Apartment
Traditional House
Floor in a Villa
Floor in a Traditional House
Others
Region
Northern Riyadh
Central Riyadh
Eastern Riyadh
Western Riyadh
Southern Riyadh

Key Target Audience:
Real Estate Developers
Third Party Real Estate Companies
Independent Architects
Government Associations
Government Agencies
Independent Investors
Real Estate Consulting Companies

Time Period Captured in the Report:
Historical Period - 2016-2018
Forecast Period - 2019-2023

Masterplan Case Studies Covered:
Al Shroog Masterplan
Loa’loat Al Sharg Masterplan
Al Rimal (Western) Masterplan
Modon Al Sharg Masterplan
Bawabat Al Sharg (Al Muzaini Real Estate – East Gate) Masterplan
Al Ma’ali Masterplan
Al Qadisiya Masterplan

Key Topics Covered in the Report
Executive Summary
Research Methodology
Riyadh City Review
Factors Influencing Riyadh Residential Market
Supply and Demand Assessment in Riyadh by Segment (Apartment, Villas and Vacant Lands), 2016-2023E
Residential Supply Characteristics in terms of Housing
Market Insight and Performance
Analysis of Sale Price Determinants
Infrastructure Development Cost
Land’s Prices Comparison in Eastern Side of Riyadh City
Land’s Price Assessment in Riyadh City (North, South, East, West of the City)
Construction Costs for Different Classes (Low / Mid / High-End) by Residential Asset Type (Villa, Apartment and Residential Compound) in Riyadh, 2018
Typical Characteristics of Apartments in Riyadh
Typical Characteristics of Villas in Riyadh
Riyadh Residential Market Outlook, Opportunities and Future Development Trends
Key Expected Upcoming Masterplans in the Saudi Arabia
Common Big Masterplans Characteristics in Riyadh
Does the Landscape of Residential Sector in Saudi Arabia is forecasted to be Positive and encouraging to invest in this Sector?
Key Features and Characteristics of Residential Sector in Saudi Arabia
Competitive Analysis of Case Studies



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1. Executive Summary

2. Research Methodology

2.1. Market Definitions
2.2. Research Approach
2.3. Abbreviations

3. Riyadh City Review

Previous Planning History in Riyadh
Riyadh Structure Plan – Medstar 2021
Riyadh Structure Plan – Medstar 2030
Riyadh Population Statistics
Total Number of Households in Riyadh
Public Services and Facilities in Riyadh
Riyadh Road Network
Riyadh Public Transportation
Riyadh Infrastructure capabilities
Personal Disposable Income per Household in Riyadh
GDP Contribution
Standard of Living
Real Estate Sector Overview
Investment Pockets
Development Areas
Metropolitan Sub-Centers
Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

4. Factors Influencing Riyadh Residential Market

Number of Land Transactions in Riyadh by Value and Volume, 2016-2017
Housing Loans and Interest Rates
Urban Population in Riyadh
Oil Price Shock Affect the Real Estate Market
Taxation
Expat Exodus from the KSA
Increasing Affordability of Consumers
Increasing Number of Nuclear Families

5. Supply and Demand Assessment in Riyadh by Segment (Apartment, Villas and Vacant Lands), 2016-2023E

5.1. Current and Future Supply of Apartments, Villas and Vacant Lands, 2016-2023E

Current Market Supply, 2016-2018
Future Market Supply, 2019E-2023E

5.1.1. Current and Future Supply of Apartments, 2016-2023E
5.1.2. Current and Future Supply of Villas, 2016-2023E
5.1.3. Vacant Lands

5.2. Current and Future Demand of Apartments, Villas and Vacant Lands, 2016-2023E

Current Market Demand, 2016-2018
Future Market Demand, 2019E-2023E

5.2.1. Current and Future Demand of Apartments, 2016-2023E
5.2.2. Current and Future Demand of Villas, 2016-2023E

5.3. Supply and Demand Gap in terms of Residential Stock Units, 2018-2023E

5.3.1. Supply and Demand Assessment for Apartments, 2018-2023E
5.3.2. Supply and Demand Assessment for Villas, 2018-2023E

6. Residential Supply Characteristics in terms of Housing

Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Type of Housing (Villa, Apartment, Floor in Villa, Traditional House and Floor in a traditional House), 2016-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Tenure (Large than 30, Large than 20-30, Large than 10-20, Between 5 and 10; and Less than 5), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Material (Concrete, Block/Brick, Mud and Stone), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Housing Tenure (Owned, Rented, Provided by Employer and Others), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Water Supply (Public Pipe Water, Water Truck and Well), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Drinking Water (Public Pipe Water, Water Purifier, Water Truck, Well and Bottled Water), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Water Storage (Cement Tank, Tin Tank and Fiberglass Tank), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Electricity Source (Public Network and Private Network), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Sewage Disposal (Public Sewage, Private Network and Ditch), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh, 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Cooking Fuel (Gas and Electricity), 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Number of Rooms, 2017-2018
Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Number of Bedrooms, 2017-2018
Number of Subsidized Housing Beneficiaries in Riyadh, 2018

7. Market Insight and Performance

8. Analysis of Sale Price Determinants

Land Prices
Construction Costs
Developer Margins
Conclusion

9. Infrastructure Development Cost

10. Land’s Prices Comparison in Eastern Side of Riyadh City

Residential Land Sale Prices in Eastern Side of Riyadh, 2018
Commercial Land Sale Prices in Eastern Side of Riyadh, 2018

11. Land’s Price Assessment in Riyadh City (North, South, East, West of the City)

11.1. Residential Land Sale Prices in Riyadh, 2018

Average Sale Price of Apartments (130-160 Sqm) in Riyadh, 2018
Average Sale Price of Villas (250-350 Sqm) in Riyadh, 2018

11.2. Commercial Land Sale Prices in Riyadh, 2018

12. Construction Costs for Different Classes (Low / Mid / High-End) by Residential Asset Type (Villa, Apartment and Residential Compound) in Riyadh, 2018

13. Typical Characteristics of Apartments in Riyadh

14. Typical characteristics of Villas in Riyadh

15. Riyadh Residential Market Outlook, Opportunities and Future Development Trends

16. Key Expected Upcoming Masterplans in the Saudi Arabia

17. Common Big Masterplans Characteristics in Riyadh

17.1. Al Shroog Masterplan
17.2. Loa’loat Al Sharg Masterplan
17.3. Al Rimal (Western) Masterplan
17.4. Modon Al Sharg Masterplan
17.5. Bawabat Al Sharg (Al Muzaini Real Estate – East Gate) Masterplan
17.6. Al Ma’ali Masterplan
17.7. Al Qadisiya Masterplan

18. Does the Landscape of Residential Sector in Saudi Arabia is forecasted to be Positive and Encouraging to Invest in this Sector?

Riyadh Residential Market Future Outlook
Jeddah Residential Market Future Outlook
Dammam and Al-Khobar Residential Market Future Outlook
Makkah Residential Market Future Outlook
What Gaps exist if any in the sector that should be considered?

19. Key Features and Characteristics of Residential Sector in Saudi Arabia

19.1. Existing Housing Typologies in Saudi Arabia

19.1.1. Rooftop Apartment Complexes
19.1.2. Penthouse Villas
19.1.3. Independent Villas
19.1.4. Detached Duplexes
19.1.5. Palaces
19.1.6. Compounds
19.1.7. Najd Style Architecture

19.2. Modern Luxury

Focal Point of New Masterplans
Affordability

20. Competitive Analysis of Case Studies

20.1. Cross Comparison within Major Masterplans in Riyadh

Impact of Up Coming Government Projects on Current Masterplans in Riyadh
How Masterplans Market themselves?

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Figure 3-1: Layout of Doxiadis Plan 1393 H (The First Structural Plan) of Riyadh
Figure 3-2: Layout of SCET International Plan 1401 H (The Second Structural Plan) of Riyadh
Figure 3-3: Layout of Medstar 2021 Riyadh Structure Plan
Figure 3-4: Layout of Riyadh Structure Plan – Medstar 2030
Figure 3-5: Saudi and Non-Saudi Population Statistics in Riyadh City in Percentage (%), 2014-2018P
Figure 3-6: Riyadh Population Split by Region (Central, Northeast, Northwest, South, West, Southeast, New Northern Areas and New Eastern Areas) in Percentage (%) as of 31st December 2018P
Figure 3-7: Riyadh Road Network Including Development Phases (Phase 1, 2, 3 and 4) and Road Implementation
Figure 3-8: Contribution of GDP (at current price) of Saudi Arabia by Province (Eastern Province, Riyadh Province, Makkah Province and Rest of Saudi Arabia) in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 3-9: Development Areas (Al Khair 1 and 2; Ramah, Northern Suburb and Eastern Suburb) in Riyadh Structure Plan
Figure 4-1: Consumer Loans towards Renovation and Home Improvement in the KSA in SAR Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 4-2: Urban Population of Riyadh, 2015-2019
Figure 4-3: Selected Spot Crude Oil Prices in Saudi Arabia in USD / Barrel, 2013-2017
Figure 4-4: Non-Saudi Population of Riyadh City and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2015-2017
Figure 4-5: Population of Saudi Arabia by Saudi Nationals and Non-Saudi in Percentage (%), 2015-2017
Figure 4-6: GDP per Capita in Saudi Arabia in USD and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2013-2017
Figure 5-1: Current and Future Supply in Riyadh Residential Market by Residential Stock on the Basis of Number of Units in Thousand and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2023E
Figure 5-2: Current and Future Supply of Apartments in Riyadh Residential Market by Residential Stock on the Basis of Number of Units in Thousand and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2023E
Figure 5-3: Current and Future Supply of Villas in the Riyadh Residential Market by Residential Stock on the Basis of Number of Units in Thousand and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2023E
Figure 5-4: Current and Future Demand in Riyadh Residential Market by Residential Stock on the Basis of Number of Units in Thousand Units and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2023E
Figure 5-5: Current and Future Demand of Apartments in Riyadh Residential Market by Residential Stock on the Basis of Number of Units in Thousand and Occupancy Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2023E
Figure 5-6: Current and Future Demand of Villas in the Riyadh Residential Market by Residential Stock on the Basis of Number of Units in Thousand and Occupancy Rate in Percentage (%), 2016-2023E
Figure 5-7: Saudi and Non-Saudi Population in Riyadh by Type of Housing Unit (Villa and Apartment) in Percentage (%), 2018
Figure 5-8: Supply-Demand Gap in Riyadh Residential Market with Oversupply / Excess Demand Situation, 2018 and 2023E
Figure 5-9: Supply-Demand Gap for Apartments in the Riyadh Residential Market with Oversupply / Excess Demand Situation, 2018-2023E
Figure 5-10: Supply-Demand Gap for Residential Villas in the Riyadh Residential Market with Oversupply / Excess Demand Situation, 2018-2023E
Figure 7-1: Average Occupancy Rates of Villas, Apartments and Traditional Houses in the Riyadh Residential Market in Percentage (%), 2016-2018
Figure 8-1: Analysis of Sale Price Determinants (Land Price and Construction Cost) in Riyadh Residential Sector as of 2018
Figure 11-1: Average of Commercial Land Sale Prices in Riyadh by Area (Eastern Riyadh, Western Riyadh, Northern Riyadh, Southern Riyadh and Central Riyadh in SAR/SQM, 2018
Figure 13-1: Typical Layout Plan of a 3BHK Residential Apartment in Riyadh
Figure 13-2: Typical Layout Plan of a 4BHK Residential Apartment in Riyadh
Figure 14-1: Typical Layout Plan of Villa GF (Ground Floor) in Riyadh
Figure 14-2: Typical Layout Plan of Villa FF (First Floor) in Riyadh
Figure 17-1: Typical Layout of Al Shroog Masterplan, Riyadh
Figure 17-2: Typical Layout of Loa’loat Al Sharg Masterplan, Riyadh
Figure 17-3: Typical Layout of Al Rimal (Western) Masterplan, Riyadh
Figure 17-4: Typical Layout of Modon Al Sharg Masterplan, Riyadh
Figure 17-5: Typical Layout of Bawabat Al Sharg (Al Muzaini) Masterplan, Riyadh
Figure 17-6: Typical Layout of Al Ma’ali Masterplan
Figure 17-7: Typical Layout of Al Qadisiya Masterplan, Riyadh
Figure 19-1: Rooftop Apartment Complexes in the KSA
Figure 19-2: Penthouse Villas in the KSA
Figure 19-3: Independent Villas in the KSA
Figure 19-4: Detached Duplexes in the KSA
Figure 19-5: Palaces in the KSA
Figure 19-6: Compounds in the KSA
Figure 19-7: Najd Style Architecture in the KSA

Table 3-1: Major Construction and Infrastructure Projects in the Saudi Arabia Including Project Name, Location, Budget in USD Billion and Description for the year ending 2019-2025
Table 3-2: Riyadh Land Sectors (North, East, West, South and City Center) by Area Type (Developed, Planned and Underdeveloped; and Empty Lands) as of 2009
Table 3-3: Saudi and Non-Saudi Population Statistics in Riyadh City as of 31st December 2014-2018P
Table 3-4: Riyadh Population Split by Region (Central, Northeast, Northwest, South, West, Southeast, New Northern Areas and New Eastern Areas), as of 31st December 2018P
Table 3-5: Total Number of Households and Average Household Size in Riyadh by Saudi and Non-Saudi Families, 2017-2018
Table 3-6: Number of Housing Units (Traditional House, Villa, Floor in a Villa, Floor in a Traditional House and Apartment) Occupied with Saudi-Nationals in Riyadh, 2016-2018
Table 3-7: Public Services and Facilities in Riyadh Including Health Services, Mosques, Cultural Services, Public Education (Both Males as well as Females), Recreation Services and Security Services as of 2018
Table 3-8: Infrastructure Capabilities (Potable Water, Water Consumption, Ground Water, Water Supply, Sewerage Network, Storm Water Drainage and Water Recycling Network) in Riyadh
Table 3-9: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Housing Tenure (Owned, Rented, Provided by Employer and Others), 2017-2018
Table 3-10: Average Cost of Living in the Riyadh by Type of Expense (Monthly Accommodation, Housing, Transportation, Food, Clothes, Personal Care, Entertainment, Eating Out and Utilities) in SAR as of February 2019
Table 3-11: On-Going and Up-Coming Construction Projects in Riyadh Including Project Name, Contractor, Project Value in USD Billion, Project Type and Contract Type, 2013-2023
Table 3-12: Investment Pockets in Riyadh by Region
Table 3-13: Development Areas in Riyadh Structure Plan
Table 3-14: Basic Requirements of CMA Regulations on REITs in Saudi Arabia
Table 3-15: Total Number of REITs in the KSA Including REIT Name, Current Status, No. of Properties and Fund Size in SAR Million, 2017
Table 3-16: Portfolio Exposure of Saudi Arabia REITs across all Classes (Residential, Commercial, Educational, Offices, Stores, Warehouses, Hotels and Hospitality and the Industrial), 2017
Table 4-1: Factors Influencing Riyadh Residential Market and their Impact
Table 4-2: Number of Commercial Land Transactions in Riyadh on the Basis of Value in SAR Million and Volume, 2016-2017
Table 4-3: Number of Residential Land Transactions in Riyadh on the Basis of Value in SAR Million and Volume, 2016-2017
Table 4-4: Major Banks Operating in Saudi Arabia Including Minimum Salary of an Individual in SAR, Monthly Payment in SAR, Flat Rate in Percentage (%), Reducing Rate in Percentage (%) and Down Payment Rate in Percentage (%) as of 2018
Table 4-5: World Proven Crude Oil Reserves by Country (Saudi Arabia-KSA, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Syrian Arab Republic and Others), 2013-2018
Table 4-6: Population of Saudi Arabia by Saudi Nationals and Non-Saudi in Percentage (%), 2015-2017
Table 4-7: Expatriates Population living in the KSA by Major Countries (Syrian, Indian, Pakistan, Egyptian, Yemeni, Bangladeshi, Filipino, Sri Lankan, Indonesian, Sudanese, Jordanian/Palestinian, Westerners and Turkish), 2017
Table 5-1: Anticipated Residential Projects in Riyadh Including Project Name, Number of Units and Expected Year of Competition
Table 5-2: Vacant Lands in the KSA by Region in Million Square Hectares as of July 2014
Table 5-3: Used Lands in the KSA by Region in Million Square Hectares as of July 2014
Table 6-1: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh, 2016-2018
Table 6-2: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Tenure (Large than 30 Years, Between 20-30 Years, Between 10-20 Years, Between 5-10 Years; and Less than 5 Years), 2017-2018
Table 6-3: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh City by Material (Concrete, Block / Brick, Mud and Stone), 2017-2018
Table 6-4: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Housing Tenure (Owned, Rented, Provided by Employer and Others), 2017-2018
Table 6-5: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Water Supply (Public Pipe Water, Water Truck and Well), 2017-2018
Table 6-6: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Drinking Water (Public Pipe Water, Water Purifier, Water Truck, Well and Bottled Water), 2017
Table 6-7: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Drinking Water (Public Pipe Water, Water Purifier, Water Truck, Well and Bottled Water), 2018
Table 6-8: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Water Storage (Cement Tank, Tin Tank and Fiberglass Tank), 2017-2018
Table 6-9: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Electricity Source (Public Network and Private Network), 2017-2018
Table 6-10: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Sewage Disposal (Public Sewage, Private Network and Ditch), 2017-2018
Table 6-11: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh, 2017-2018
Table 6-12: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Cooking Fuel (Gas and Electricity), 2017-2018
Table 6-13: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh City by Number of Rooms, 2017
Table 6-14: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh City by Number of Rooms (7+ Rooms, 4-6 Rooms and 3 Rooms or Less), 2018
Table 6-15: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Total Number of Bedrooms, 2017
Table 6-16: Housing Units Occupied by Saudi Households in Riyadh by Total Number of Bedrooms (7+ Rooms, 4-6 Rooms and 3 Rooms or Less), 2018
Table 6-17: Number of Subsidized Housing Beneficiaries in Riyadh, 2018
Table 7-1: Residential Sector Current and Expected Performance in Riyadh
Table 7-2: Major Developments in the KSA Residential Sector
Table 8-1: Permits (Housing, Commercial, Industrial, Educational, Health / Mosques and Social and Government) Issued in the Riyadh Including Total Floor Area in Sqm, Total Number of Floors, Total Area of Ground Floors in Sqm, Total Land Area in Sqm, Total Number of Units and Number of Permits, 2017
Table 8-2: Construction and Demolition Permits in Riyadh, 2017
Table 9-1: Infrastructure Development Costs for Different Asset Classes (Low, Medium and High End) by Asset Type (Commercial, Industrial, Hotels, Retail and Car Parking) in Riyadh in SAR / SQM, 2018
Table 10-1: Residential Land Sale Prices in Eastern Side of Riyadh Including Minimum Price and Maximum Price in SAR/SQM, 2018
Table 10-2: Commercial Land Sale Prices in Eastern Side of Riyadh Including Minimum Price and Maximum Price in SAR/SQM, 2018
Table 11-1: Residential Land Sale Prices in Riyadh by Area (Eastern Riyadh, Western Riyadh, Northern Riyadh, Southern Riyadh and Central Riyadh) Including Minimum Price and Maximum Price in SAR/SQM, 2018
Table 11-2: Average Sale Price of Apartments (130-160 Sqm) in Riyadh by Area (Eastern Riyadh, Western Riyadh, Northern Riyadh, Southern Riyadh & Central Riyadh) in SAR, 2018
Table 11-3: Average Sale Price of Villas (250-350 Sqm) in Riyadh by Area (Eastern Riyadh, Western Riyadh, Northern Riyadh, Southern Riyadh & Central Riyadh) in SAR, 2018
Table 11-4: Commercial Land Sale Prices in Riyadh by Area (Eastern Riyadh, Western Riyadh, Northern Riyadh, Southern Riyadh and Central Riyadh) Including Minimum Price and Maximum Price in SAR/SQM, 2018
Table 12-1: Construction Costs for Different Asset Classes (Low, Medium and High End) by the Residential Asset Type (Villas, Apartments and Residential Compound) in Riyadh in SAR / SQM, 2018
Table 13-1: Typical Characteristics of Apartments in Riyadh Including Average Built-Up Area (BUA), Apartment Preference, Number of Bedrooms, Sale Price, Sports Amenities, Parking Space and Leisure Activities, 2018
Table 14-1: Typical Characteristics of Villas in Riyadh Including the Average Built-Up Area (BUA), Apartment Preference, Number of Bedrooms, Sale Price, Sports Amenities, and Parking Space, 2018
Table 15-1: Rationale and Description for the Riyadh Residential Market Future Outlook, Opportunities and Development Trends
Table 15-2: Major On-going and Up-Coming Construction Projects in the KSA
Table 15-3: Major Construction and Infrastructure Projects in Riyadh Including Project Name, Industry, Client Name and Project Status
Table 15-4: Major On-Going Projects in Riyadh Including Project Name, Sector, Budget in SAR Million, Status, Start Date and Completion Date
Table 16-1: Key Expected Upcoming Masterplans in KSA Including Project Name and Project Description
Table 17-1: Case Study Analysis of Al-Shroog Masterplan Including Land Characteristics and Plot Characteristics
Table 17-2: Case Study Analysis of the Loa’loat Al Sharg Masterplan Including the Land Characteristics and Plot Characteristics
Table 17-3: Case Study Analysis of the Al Rimal (western) Masterplan Including the Land Characteristics and Plot Characteristics
Table 17-4: Case Study Analysis of the Modon Al Sharg Masterplan Including the Land Characteristics and Plot Characteristics
Table 17-5: Case Study Analysis of Bawabat Al Sharg (Al Muzaini) Masterplan Including Land Characteristics and Unit Villa Type
Table 17-6: Case Study Analysis of Al Ma’ali Masterplan Including Land Characteristics and Plot Characteristics
Table 17-7: Case Study Analysis of the Al Qadisiya Masterplan Including Both Land Characteristics and Plot Characteristics
Table 18-1: Selected Targets of the Saudi Vision 2030 and NTP (National Transformation Program) in relation with the country’s Real Estate Sector
Table 18-2: Investment Opportunities in the KSA Residential Market by Region (Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam and Al Khobar) Including Relative Demand, Capitalization Rate [in %], Prices, Gap [High, Mid and Low Income], Unique Investment Rationale and Investment Opportunities
Table 18-3: Different Client Scenarios to Masterplanning which can be implemented in Riyadh
Table 18-4: Sample Masterplanning Scenarios which can be implemented in Riyadh City
Table 19-1: Cross Comparison of Existing High-Rise Residential Towers in Jeddah and Riyadh Including Project Name and Description
Table 19-2: Features and Characteristics of High-Rise Residential Towers in the KSA Including Tower Type and Typical Facilities and Amenities
Table 20-1: Cross Comparison of Masterplans (Al Shroog, Loa’loat Al Sharg, Al Rimal, Modon Al Sharg, Bawabat Al Sharg and Al Ma’ali) in Eastern Riyadh, 2018

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