Dubai to transform Al Quoz into 'world's largest creative hubs'

Dubai Media Office

A four-year masterplan has been approved to increase the number of creatives based in the Al Quoz Creative Zone from 900 to 20,000 and expand commercial spaces by 30 per cent. 

It will also triple recreational and support spaces and expand creative spaces by eight-fold.

The masterplan was approved during a meeting chaired by Her Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairperson of Dubai Culture and Arts Authority and Member of the Dubai Council.

The Zone will also provide housing for over 8,000 people and attract 33,000 visitors per day.

Public spaces will be highly interactive with unique entertainment activities and artistic displays located in outdoor spaces and along pathways.

"The project creates a model for #Dubai’s future creative zones and enhances its position as a global destination for creatives," highlighted Sheikha Latifa.

In addition to the master plan, a guide will be provided for the Al Quoz Creative Zone’s development that includes standards and guidelines designed to preserve the urban form and the industrial identity of Al Quoz.

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