Kerales Office Building is one of the fastest growing office buildings in the world and is already home to one of its most popular brands, Office Depot.
Now, the building is set to get an $8 million investment from the company that makes Office Depot’s products.
The office building is located in the heart of Kerals city of Koila, in the central province of Kailahun.
The building was originally built in the 1920s by a partnership between the local government and a local insurance company.
Today, the government owns the building and its lease has expired.
This is a great opportunity to get the building renovated, said Keral’s Mayor Haji Alaa Ibrahim.
The new investment comes from the Al Jazeera Group, a Saudi investment bank that was founded in 2010 to work on the global business of developing and investing in the Middle East.
Al Jazeera is the biggest private company in the region, with offices in Kuwait, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
In addition to the office building investment, Al Jazeera also has a long-term interest in the Koilas government.
The Al Jazeera group has been working in Koilans government since 2011.
Its first foray into the Middle Eastern region was to provide financial services for the Gulf state of Qatar in 2013.
Today the company works in Saudi Arabia and is the largest private company to invest in Keral.
The building is the most iconic part of Kalees modern skyline, which is lined with shops, restaurants, theatres, and residential apartments.
But, since it was first built in 1920, the city has experienced a steady decline in its economic status.
The economic slowdown has been compounded by a rise in crime rates in recent years, according to the local council.