iLand Welfare Complex

Introduction

iLand roadside welfare complex is a first-class motorway service area built in 4.6 hectares that provides a variety of services and facilities including recreational, tourism, residential, food, emergency, health and medical, repair, and car wash facilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Project specifications

Project specifications

  • Project area: 4.6 hectares
  • Annual capacity: 200,000-300,000 persons
  • Employment opportunities: Approx. 80 persons

Project features

  • Open area, children’s playground, miniature golf course, and exclusive space for the introduction of activities in Iland Tourist-Recreational City using small-scale maquettes
  • Parking lot and gas station
  • Construction of Iland Motorway Services area in an area of 4,000-6,000 m2
  • Restaurants and welfare services in an area of 2,000 m2
  • Commercial space and shops for reputable brands
  • Construction of at least 20 toilets
  • A rest section with an area of at least 2,000 m2
  • An area of 2,000 m2 the repair, maintenance and service of light and heavy vehicles
  • Construction of a parking area with a minimum capacity of 100 vehicles

Benefits of Investment

Benefits of Investment

  • Access to a monthly mean traffic of 10.6 million light, heavy, and passenger vehicles from Saveh Old Road, Saveh Highway, and Imam Khomeini International Airport
  • Modern and state of the art design by reputable companies
  • The first modern service area on Tehran-Saveh Road
  • Proximity to Iland City
  • Located on the development path of Tehran
  • Inexpensiveness of land price considering the existing infrastructure and permits and, thereby, lower investment amount
  • Fresh water
  • Electricity infrastructure
  • Inexpensiveness of obtaining licenses and legal permits
  • Ease of obtaining construction permits
  • Sufficient vacant areas and development opportunities for the future
  • Establishment of a multipurpose space in a recreational area for families

 

Year of operation: 2022

Infrastructure status

Infrastructure status