Dubai International city is an architectural style that is based on country themes, including residences as well as businesses and tourist destinations. The city covers 800 acres (8 million square meters) The layout of the city is influenced by traditional carpets from in the Middle East. When completed, the development will comprise one and studio-style apartments that will accommodate more than 60,000 people. Dubai International City is located in the Al Warsan region of Dubai and is located in the opposite direction of Dubai Central Fruit and Vegetable Market. Dubai Central Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Dubai International city comprises 485 buildings which encompass the residential areas that comprise the residential districts of Central Business District (CBD), Persia, Greece, Spain, Morocco, England, France, Italy, Russia, China, and Emirates. Other than these areas which were originally designed in the initial plans for Dubai International City namely Lake District and Forbidden City are currently on the back burner because of the impact of the Global Financial Recession. The attractions in The city comprise Dragon Mart, which is Dragon Mart, which is the largest machinery and equipment marketplace.
For the residential aspect in International City, There is a wide range of homes that range from townhomes to studios and villas. Apart from the configuration and unit kind, one can choose among a variety of choices depending on the type of property that best suits their needs. If you're budget-conscious and want to take advantage of non-furnished apartments available within International City costing around AED 14k per year at a minimum. Those who want to settle in quickly without spending a huge sum could buy studios ready for purchase at International City.
Residents of Dubai International City enjoy a vibrant lifestyle that includes beautiful common areas, lakes, and the overall peaceful atmosphere that is a part of the ex-pat population.