aladdin city

Aladdin City

by DubaiCity Author

An aladdin cityArabian fantasy awaits you on your Dubai vacation!  A fascinating and fantastical attraction set in Dubai Creek, Aladdin City is one of the high-profile EXPO 2020 projects. Taking inspiration from ancient Arabian culture and heritage, the place has been designed to offer unsurpassed experiences that showcases traditional Emirati values with phenomenal contemporary influences.

Aladdin City is has its three golden towers – resembling Aladdin’s genie lamp amid the bustling area of the historic creek. The largest tower has 34 levels, while the other two are spread over 26 and 25 levels respectively. These structures are linked by air-conditioned bridges comprising moving floors with enhanced shapes of mythical snakes and dragons.

The emirate of Dubai is synonymous with exceptional residential and commercial projects. Right from the artificial marvel that is Palm Jumeirah to the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa, the city has real estate with impressive property portfolio.
The concept of Aladdin City began construction in 2016. The project, inspired by the tales of Aladdin and Sinbad, is currently in progress.

Dubai Municipality is the organisation that is leading the development of this mega project. Sharing more about the vision behind Aladdin City, Director-General Hussain Nasser Lootah described it as the “icons of legends of the past with a touch of beauty and tourism, characteristic of the city.”

The aladdin cityambitious 4,000-acre themed complex, the Aladdin City project will also include a 27-storey building for hotels and offices. An 8-storey building be a hotel building entrance. An 18-storey commercial tower will take you to a 10-storey high parking building. The project is constructed at a port, it was essential not to disrupt any activities. Hence, a hotel building entrance/reception is set along with pedestrian bridges.

Dubai Aladdin City is located in the historic Dubai Creek (Khor Dubai) area. The project is being developed near the Dhow Wharfage on Dubai Creek. Dubai Municipality, in conjunction with Meinhardt Group are developing Aladdin City Dubai Creek. The entire development is expected to cost approximately $15 billion.

After it’s completion, Aladdin City will be one of the Middle East’s most fascinating and timeless design. Aladdin City Dubai is one of the many potential projects lined up for Expo 2020.

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