According to Dubai Media Office, Palm Jebel Ali will house over 80 hotels and resorts, which will ensure ultimate resort-like experiences. Upon completion, the project will have the capacity to accommodate 35,000 families.
There will also be a wide array of entertainment and leisure facilities which will boost the emirate’s tourism sector.
Palm Jebel Ali comes as part of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, which aims to make Dubai the globe’s best city to live, work and visit. That said, the archipelago will support Dubai’s vision to deliver the highest standards of urban infrastructure and amenities, increase beachfront property and bolster sustainable development.
The new addition is set to compete with the popularity of Palm Jumeirah. The palm-shaped island is the emirate’s most popular neighbourhood to acquire luxury properties, and Palm Jebel Ali is highly likely to have the same success. This is due to the ongoing lack of luxury waterfront homes on the local market, which appeal to HNWIs and UHNWIs.