Dubai is the land of some awe-inspiring structures and towers that are famous throughout the world. It is known for developing big and beautiful architectural that lures the people to visit there.
Get ready as Dubai is going to release another grand slew of constructions very soon. In this article, we are covering the most exciting projects with unimaginable features!
Divided into three phases, once completed, the Meydan One project will be the grandest retail spaces to ever exist. Meydan One will be a key attraction for the Expo 2020.
The project includes one hypermarket, a huge sports facility, accommodation for 669 retail stores, and the world’s largest ski slope as well. Apart from these, the project also has a retractable skylight.
It will be removed when the weather is cooler in Dubai, so as to create an alfresco experience for the shoppers. To get this project finished within the deadline, 12,000 workers have been employed – out of which 8000 work in the morning and the rest, at night.
Dubai Creek Harbour
Located just fifteen minutes from downtown Dubai, this project is said to be spread over 550 hectares.
It comes with 8,20,000 square kilometers of retail space and about 66,000 square kilometers of cultural space. For the promised high-tech residential living, a total of 7.3 million square kilometers have been assigned.
The Palace Dubai Creek Harbour hotel will have 121 rooms across 44 stories. The residential towers have spas, rooftop dining space, and grill, a rooftop infinity-edge swimming pool, a gym, etc.
The Creek Marina has a yacht club, a promenade, three hotels, venues for high-end dining and relaxation, and art installations.
Blue Water Island
The most striking feature of the island is its world’s largest observation wheel – Ain Dubai. It has a capsule interior and offers spectacular views.
The project has luxurious hotels and entertainment services, retail stores spread over huge acres, and various hotels and beach clubs that promise a great night out. Only private access has been given from the Sheikh Zayed Road, and there’s a walkable bridge leading to the beach.
The island also has a monorail network. The ten residential buildings, four penthouses, 17 townhouses, and almost 700 apartments here all have the scope for a stunning waterfront view.
Dubai Harbour is located in the cluster formed by Blue Waters Island and Palm Jumeirah. The 135 meters tall Dubai Lighthouse is a spectacular addition to the skyline here.
The harbor is lined with various train routes – metros, trams, monorail, etc. The streets can be turned into Formula circuit tracks.
The marina has a cruise ship terminal and is built to accommodate about 1400 yachts – the biggest one yet in the Middle East.
Marsa Al Arab
The Marsa Al Arab is yet another innovation that is taking place in Dubai’s waterfront. It has interactive marine parks and the beautiful Pearl Museum.
The museum will showcase rare treasures brought from deep into the sea. International shows will be held in the live outdoor theatre.
There is an abundance of retail space and over 300 luxury apartments apart form the fancy beachfront villas, a boutique hotel, and a marina.