JLL, the world’s second-largest real estate and investment management services firm, announced on Thursday it was appointed as an advisor for the development of Qasr Al Watan, Abu Dhabi’s latest cultural landmark located within the presidential compound.
The new unique cultural attraction will offer visitors a better knowledge of the governing traditions and values in the UAE, as well as the state’s role in improving the future of the nation, according to a press release.
The landmark will also attract visitors to the Arab world’s well-preserved intellectual legacy, and its contributions to several fields of knowledge, JLL highlighted.
Benjamin Jackson, head of project development services MENA at JLL, said: “JLL is committed to supporting the UAE’s vision and strategic plan in promoting cross-cultural dialogue and intellectual empowerment across the Middle East.”“Abu Dhabi is a vibrant, fast developing city of the future – one that is set to significantly enhance the UAE’s position as a global tourist destination. We are therefore delighted to have worked on this exciting project. The Abu Dhabi government’s long-term development vision, is creating an incredibly attractive tourism and leisure offering in the UAE capital, and we look forward to playing our part in its future growth and development,” he added.