Dubai South

Dubai South overview

Dubai South—formerly known as Dubai World Central—is a project currently underway close to the Al Maktoum International Airport. The 145-square kilometer city will be able to accommodate one million people. The city will also create 500,000 new jobs in the business and industry sectors.

Dubai South master plan

Aviation District
This district is located close to the Jebel Ali Port. It features a business aviation terminal as well as areas for hospitality, education, and research & development.

Logistics District
The Logistics District is available for local and regional companies as well as international companies. This district is a multimodal hub and includes the Dubai Logistics Corridor which is a bridge connecting Dubai South to the Jebel Ali Port.

Business Park
This district features 11 business buildings that offer a wide range of office spaces for any kind of business.

Residential District
The Residential District features The Pulse residential area and The Villages residential area. Apartments at The Pulse are within a gated community that features many amenities. Units will range from studios to three bedroom apartments as well as two and three-bedroom townhouses.

Exhibition District
This district is the venue for the World Expo 2020. It features areas for meetings, conferences and exhibitions.

Humanitarian District
The Humanitarian District will be home to the hub for a team responsible for the organization of emergency response and relief operations. There will be office buildings, warehouses, conference centers and training facilities located in this district.

Golf District
This district will feature a golf course with residential buildings surrounding it. The district is home to villas, townhouses, practice facilities, driving ranges and a luxury clubhouse.

Al Maktoum International Airport
The Al Maktoum International Airport is set to be the world’s largest airport. Once completed it will feature five runways that will transport 220 million passengers per year and 16 million tons of cargo.

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