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Sharjah Sustainable City Launches Phase 3 of Eco-Friendly Community

Sharjah Sustainable City, a fully sustainable residential community developed by Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) in partnership with Diamond Developers, has launched Phase Three of the project following an overwhelming response to its fully sold-out first two phases.

With sustainable designs, spacious layouts optimizing the best of natural light and heat, world-class amenities, and cutting-edge smart home and energy management technologies, villas at Sharjah Sustainable City offer the best of both worlds – an attractive and future-proof investment that also offers an eco-friendly way of living and high quality of life. Phase one of the project, comprising spacious and modern 3, 4, and 5-bedroom townhouses, was a resounding success with property buyers, as was phase two with residential ‘Corner Units’ encompassing three bedrooms.

Commenting on the launch, His Excellency Yousif Ahmed Al-Mutawa, Chief Executive Officer of Sharjah Sustainable City, said: “We are deeply excited to bring esteemed homebuyers in the region and beyond a brand new range of eco-friendly villas at Sharjah Sustainable City, offering a sustainable contemporary design and innovative architecture with the same high quality and commitment that the community has come to be known for.”

“Powered by clean energy, providing an abundance of green space and with an affordable price range, the third phase of properties at Sharjah Sustainable City offers an unbeatable combination of sustainable lifestyle and future-proof real-estate investments. At a time when property investors and home buyers around the world are increasingly seeking green homes and a lifestyle that protects the planet, we are proud to be leading the field of sustainable development in the emirate of Sharjah. We are confident the response to the third phase of Sharjah Sustainable City will be even more robust than the first two phases.”

Environmental sustainability is also maintained through passive and active design strategies, including the green spine that runs through the centre of the community and supports vertical farming, reusing water for irrigation, and a waste-to-energy plant.

In addition, the development supports social sustainability through several amenities and community outreach programs such as cycling and jogging tracks, green parks and playgrounds, swimming pools and health clinics.

Sustainable cities have been sprouting around the world with famous projects such as Masdar Cities (Near Abu Dhabi, UAE) or NEOM (On the red sea coast of Saudi Arabia) being at the forefront due to their outstanding innovations or the important investments made. Recently, the middle-east has seen a new sustainable city project launch as the Oman Tourism Development Company (OMRAN Group) in partnership with Diamond Developers launches Yiti.

Kuwait also announced a sustainable city with XZERO. The city will be incorporating urban farming technologies such as hydroponicsaquaponics, and vertical farms as explained by URB’s CEO, Baharash Bagherian.

Image provided by Sharjah Sustainable City.

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