The Edgo Atrium welcomed His Majesty King Abdullah last week, when he visited Expedia in the center of the Abdali area of downtown Amman.

His Majesty, accompanied by the Royal Hashemite Court Chief, Fayez Tarawneh, and the director of the King’s office, Jafar Hassan, toured the Expedia offices and met with staff. Opened in May last year, the offices at The Edgo Atrium focus on software development for the world-leading, online travel company and employ a number of Jordanian software developers and engineers. Expedia director, Aman Botani, briefed King Abdullah on the company’s operations in Jordan.Expedia are one of a number of multi-national companies who have chosen The Edgo Atrium for their offices in Amman. The Edgo Atrium offers retail and office space of 14,343 square meters and facilities including secure car parking, heating and cooling and around the clock security, cleaning and maintenance. The Edgo Atrium is a LEED Gold certified building, and, in 2017, received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Jordan Green Building Council (JGBC).

The Edgo Atrium is part of the $3 billion regeneration project in Jordan’s capital Amman.