Open Green Space, Biodomes, Lakes & More! A New Sustainable City Is Coming To Yas Island, Abu Dhabi

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Dubai is increasingly the model for sustainability. But Abu Dhabi strives to maintain its position. Yas, a well-known island in Abu Dhabi, is changing the city’s landscape. Aldar and Diamond developers’ new project, Sustainable City, aims to advance sustainability in Abu Dhabi. On Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, this collaborative venture will create a special community that is entirely sustainable.

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Yas North will house The Sustainable City-Yas Island, which will cover 397,000 square metres. It will be built with 864 townhouses and flats and 3,000 sqm of retail space and will be completed in accordance with the UAE’s net-zero aims and the highest environmental aspects.

The first fully operating sustainable community in the Middle East was Dubai’s The Sustainable City, which has established itself as a destination where people may live, work, and thrive while advancing the 2050 global climate targets.The AED 1.8 billion projects is expected to start construction in Q4 2022.  The developers aim to have a 30-month completion goal. The new construction will enhance Yas Island’s existing array of residential, retail, and entertainment options.

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Biodomes, Parks, Lakes & Other Recreational Facilities

 

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Are cars allowed? EV might work out but apart from that the entire transportation in the area would run on a network of shared battery-powered buggies and bicycles. 

The city is based on the ideology of a net-zero carbon footprint. For that, the developers have strategically designed the entire landscape. The green neighbourhood will include parks, lakes, and biodomes where vegetables will grow and dispersed.  There would be a presence of certain communal amenities.

They plan to have a strong emphasis on encouraging an active community, including a horse riding hub with stables, a track and two halls, a gym and multiple pools, cycling and jogging tracks, football, basketball, and padel courts, retail and F&B establishments, a nursery, an autism centre, and a green and sustainable mosque.

All nationalities are welcome to buy a house in this sustainable city. How many are you are planning to shift? 

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