TEHRAN – The largest commercial, recreational and tourist complex throughout the Middle East named Khalij-e Fars (the Persian Gulf), costing some 500 million dollars will be inaugurated by the early 2010 in the city of Shiraz, southern Iran, said the managing director of the project on Saturday.
The complex will be constructed according to the cutting edge global standards observing all the quake-related regulations, Hosseini said adding that the project has progressed by 58 percent to date.
Khalij-e Fars Complex with 500,000 sq. m. built-up area constitutes a 7-star international hotel with helicopter special landing cap, 2,500 shops, roofed parking space, two funfairs, cinema, healthcare center, and a 15,000-square-meter hypermarket.
He cited that the project could play a great role in development of the country’s tourism sector.
The project is a joint venture by Iran and the United Arab Emirate’s Royal City Building Company.