One of the most important things to know about Dubai is that it is always under construction. There is always one new project or the other, and Dubai doesn’t seem to be slowing down in its high-class architecture anytime soon. In the coming years, there are even more exciting megaprojects Dubai has in store for the world including skyscrapers, man-made islands, and sizzling new hotels. Let’s take a look at some of these amazing new projects.
- Dubai Creek Harbour
The Dubai Creek Harbour will be a six-tower district with 22 hotels, 39,000 residential units and 3,664 office spaces! This is sure to get even more tourists pouring into Dubai.
- Aladdin City
This project is based on the mythical story of Aladdin and is set to be located in the middle of Dubai Creek. It is expected to cover over 450 meters, featuring three towers with a hotel space and air-conditioned bridges. It is by far one of the most fantastical projects ever thought of.
- Bluewater Island
With plans to incorporate shopping malls, five-star hotels and restaurants, the Bluewater Island megaproject will be a majestic sight to behold. It will comprise the Dubai Eye which is set to be the tallest Ferris Wheel in the world.
- Deira Islands
Here is Dubai’s way of saying, “We can only get better!” This waterfront city is expected to be so vast that it can contain a 30,000-seat amphitheater, hundreds of hotels and executive apartments in Dubai, large yachts and many more features that will make it a megacity of its own. Of course, projects like these don’t come cheap. The Deira Islands megaproject is expected to cost up to $150 million – definitely not child’s play.
- AI Habtoor City
Wealth and affluence are key players in Dubai and this project is set to exhibit that. At a jaw-dropping cost of $3 billion, the AI Habtoor City is going to be a combination of class, class and more class. Its features include three residential towers, dining venues, and a Bentley café, never before seen in the world.
Dubai has always been a center for amazing architecture and scenery, these upcoming megaprojects will definitely leave Dubai rivals crying in the sandbox.