DUBAILAND, a member of Tatweer and the world’s most ambitious tourism, leisure and entertainment project, will be exhibiting again at ATM and will show the many facets of its operation, a venture covering a total area of three billion square feet.
The project has seven themes: theme parks, culture and art, science and planetariums, sports and sports academies, wellbeing an health, shopping and retail and resorts and hotels.
Altogether it has 45 mega projects and a minimum of 55 hotels within its geographical location. One of the projects is MotorCity, which lies within Dubailand’s Dubai Sports City, and is a huge development comprising residential, business, sports and leisure facilities based on automobile and motor sport themes.
It is in essence ‘a city within a city’ with five project components over a total land area of about 38,000,000 sq ft.
The F1-X, a Formula One themed leisure family suited destination, is being developed by Union Properties in conjunction with Formula One administration, and is expected to open in 2009 as the first theme park of its kind anywhere in the world.
The development, spread over 254,000 sq m will feature over 20 rides, installations and attractions plus a full schedule of in-park entertainment and demonstrations allowing guests to get behind the scenes 365 days per year.
Another project within the MotorCity development is The Dubai Autodrome which is already operational, and features a 5.39 km FIA certified track with supporting services.
The third project is Business Park MotorCity, offering investment and development opportunities for companies related to the automotive industries. It is divided into three main districts of retail commercial, auto commercial and applied technologies.
Green Community MotorCity includes luxury villas, family villas, townhouses, and bungalows with luxurious terraced apartments that overlook a lake. The development will be gated and will offer retail opportunities and recreation centres. Uptown MotorCity is an apartment development that will provide recreational areas and other community amenities such as parks and schools. The residential units are expected to be finished in 2009.