Project to offer 10,000 affordable expat homes

28.01.2015
The new 'satellite city', located between Al Ruwaya and Al Aweer areas across the Emirates Road, will cover an area of 4,000 hectares and house 160,000 inhabitants on completion. Dubai Municipality has allocated 10,000 residential units in its AED30-billion Desert Rose master development for affordable housing for expatriates, according to a senior government official. 

“We will have 30,000 dwellings in the project of which 20,000 will be for Emiratis and 10,000 will be affordable housing for expatriates,” Abdulla Mohammed Rafia, assistant director general for Engineering and Planning Sector, DM, said addressing the Destination Dubai 2020 conference on Tuesday. 
 
The new 'satellite city', located between Al Ruwaya and Al Aweer areas across the Emirates Road, will cover an area of 4,000 hectares and house 160,000 inhabitants on completion, Emirates 24/7 reported. A number of mega real estate projects have been announced and are slated to be completed before the emirate hosts the event.

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