|• Area||15 km2 (6 sq mi)|
|Elevation||800−970 m (2,624−3,185 ft)|
Abdali (Arabic: العبدلي) is an area in the Greater Amman Municipality, it is named relative to King Abdullah I who founded it during the 1940s. It covers an area of 15 square kilometres (6 sq mi) in the heart of Amman, with a population of 165,333 in 2015. Large parts of the district are residential, but due its geographical location in the center of the city, it contains several important governmental buildings and businesses. The area is known for containing several bus stations serving routes to many cities in Jordan.
The district consists of 4 neighborhoods Jabal Al-Hussein, Jabal Al-Lweibdeh, Shmeisani, and Al-Madineh Al-Riyadiyah. Jabal Al-Hussein and Jabal Al-Lweibdeh are among the oldest neighborhoods in the city, they have been marked by the Greater Amman Municipality as of great historical significance. They are preferred by several western expatriates who work or study in Amman, as their accommodate.
A part of the Shmeisani neighborhood is residential, however, the other part contains several companies, banks, hospitals, schools and governmental buildings. Most notably; Al-Iskan Bank Building, Jordan Hospital, King Abdullah I Mosque, Parliament of Jordan building, Palace of Justice, Royal Cultural Center, Princess Haya Cultural Center, National Orthodox School, Rosary College for girls and numerous embassies. The Al-Madineh Al-Riyadiyah neighborhood contains Al Hussein Sports City while the rest of it is mostly residential.
It is an Urban redevelopment in Al-Abdali that strives to make Amman a business, commercial and residential hub in the Middle East. The Shmeisani intersection is a multi level intersection that allows easy access to the Project through several tunnels and bridges.
View of Abdali Project
Thaqafa street in Shmeisani
Jabal el-Hussein camp is one of four camps to accommodate refugees who left Palestine as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli war.