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Nuevos proyectos en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 27 Nov 2012 12:34

Phase one of $2.7bn Dubai theme park to open in 2014: Jebel Ali project slated for 2014 will include Bollywood and Hollywood amusements
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Re: Nuevos proyectos en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 05 Dic 2012 07:25

This year alone, eleven huge projects have been announced. It is worth listing them: Mohammed Bin Rashid City; Meydan’s new development across the Nad Al Sheba landscape; Madinat Jumeirah expansion; Meydan Tower; Taj Arabia; Business Bay Canal Project; Dubai Theme Park; World Discus Hotel; Habtoor Palace; The Dubai Modern Art Museum and Opera House District, and the relaunch the iconic QE2 cruise liner as a 300-room luxury floating hotel.

Now I know what you are going to say. Are these really going to happen, and if so, who is going to pay for them? It appears Dubai will not have to depend on global financial markets to fund large-scale projects as it has access to sufficient funding from within the UAE, the head of Dubai Economic Council told reporters last week.

Hani Al Hamli explained: “We do have our own resources and way to finance… We are sure that these projects will be achieved. We have our own resources in the emirates. I don’t want to disclose… This is managed by the finance department. When it comes to resources, we are part of the UAE and we have our own networks… There [are] neighbours who have massive natural resources. At the end of the day, [in] the UAE there is solidarity and a good governance and leadership.”

In other words, there will be no racking up of billions of dollars of debt to fund these projects, notably the fabulous plans for Mohammed Bin Rashid City. It also gives great comfort to see that Emaar — surely the only property developer to have its creditability 100 percent intact after the crisis — will be behind this project.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 17 Feb 2013 07:41

Dubailand, the Dubai Properties Group destination, has signed an agreement to develop the first Miracle Garden project in the city.

The Project Development Agreement has been inked with Akar Landscaping & Agriculture Company.

The new development, a 721 000 sq ft outdoor leisure facility which opened this week, includes special vertical and horizontal landscaping designs, each area has special design.

A second phase of the project is set to see new retail, restaurants, souvenir shops, plant nurseries and a multi-storey car park and work will start on site in the middle of the year.

The Miracle Garden features more than 45 million flowers, some of which have been planted for the first time in the Gulf region, as well as the world's biggest flower clock and a huge pyramid of flowers with a base area of 144m and a height of 10m.

It is hoped that the attraction will bring in one million visitors a year.

Abdel Nasser Y. Rahhal, general manager of Akar Landscaping Services said in comments published by Construction Week Online: “We are very proud to open Miracle Garden here in Dubai... In addition to the environmental benefits associated with this project, the Miracle Garden will provide visitors with ample outdoor recreational space and a number of retail outlets, making it an ideal family day out.”

Mohammed Al Habbai, CEO of Dubailand, added: “Miracle Garden is an impressive addition to the wide range of attractions already on offer in Dubailand. ”

The garden project is the latest to be announced to increase the number of green areas in the emirate.

In December Nakheel said it is planning to build more parks and communal green areas after opening a new AED24m ($6.5m) park on Palm Jumeirah.

"We have vacant space in most of our communities and so we are looking at building more parks and communal areas. We want to add more green space to our communities," CEO Ali Rashid Lootah said.

Nakheel opened Al Ittihad Park on Palm Jumeirah on UAE National Day on December 3. The new 1.1m sqft sustainable, green area contains around 60 varieties of trees and plants and a 3.2km jogging track.

In November, Dubai ruler Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum announced plans to build a new multi-billion dollar project called Mohammed Bin Rashid City.

The project, to be built by Dubai Holding and Emaar Properties, will include a green space that is planned to be a third bigger than Hyde Park in London.
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Re: Nuevos proyectos en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 17 Feb 2013 07:55

Dutch dredger Van Oord has won a EUR100m ($133m) contract to build an island off the Dubai coast for a new mixed-use development to include luxury homes and an elite boutique resort.

Meraas Development, a unit of Meraas Holding has contracted Van Oord to build Jumana Island which will lie 500 metres off the coast.

Work on the project has started and completion is scheduled for the end of 2013, Van Oord said in a statement.

According to the Meraas website, the island project will have direct access from Jumeirah Road and will be linked to the mainland via a 300m-long bridge.

Van Oord said the project involves dredging sand from the sea bed, reclaiming the island as well as reclamation of the beaches.
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Re: Nuevos proyectos en Dubai

Mensajepor Dalamar » 04 Ago 2015 09:14

Dubai's Meydan launches world's tallest residential tower, world's longest indoor ski slope

Meydan One will be a new 3,671,000 square metre leisure, residential and hospitality destination, which will also include the world's largest dancing fountains, a mall with a retractable roof, a 4km canal and a 100 berth marina.
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