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One of the three human-made islands in Dubai, Palm Jebel Ali was proposed to be most significant of the three when completed. Its construction work started in 2002 and was expected to house more than 250,000 people. The island would have accommodated six marinas, a waterpark named ‘sea village’ and boardwalks with inscriptions of poems written by Sheikh Mohammed on it.

As of now, only Palm Jumeirah has been completed and is in a functional state. Palm Jebel Ali is an abandoned island at the moment. The construction work of Jebel Ali was put to a halt because of the financial and economic crash in 2008 in Dubai.

Nakheel has relaunched one of the most anticipated man-made islands in Dubai with an improved development plan. When completed, Palm Jebel Ali is expected to house more than 30,000 families, a plethora of lifestyle amenities and many leisure attractions.

This artificial archipelago is one of the Palm Islands by Nakheel, including Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Islands. Where Palm Jumeirah is already a popular waterfront community with upscale dining facilities, beaches, luxury properties and leisure attractions, Palm Jebel Ali is anticipated to be twice its size sprawling 13.4 sq. km. transforming into a series of seven connected islands. Whereas, Dubai Islands, formerly known as Deira Islands, is a cluster of four islets currently under development.

Part of Dubai Economic Agenda D33
An elite residential island with leisure facilities
Spread over 13.4 sq. km. (twice of Palm Jumeirah)
Fulfils Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan requirements
One of the most anticipated artificial islands in Dubai
Part of the Palm Islands project by Nakheel Properties
Includes 7 connected islands featuring 80 hotels and resorts
The first collection of villas on Palm Jebel Ali sold out on launch
Palm Jebel Ali is an upscale project by Nakheel Properties with a reimagined development plan approved by Sheikh His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The futuristic masterplan is promised to accommodate about 35,000 families. Relaunched in June 2023, the development will be home to 80 hotels and resorts scattered along the seven connected islands. It is a part of Dubai Economic Agenda D33, with completion date not announced yet.

Adding 110 km to Dubai’s coastline, the prosperous island development plans align with the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, which aims to increase public beaches by up to 400% by 2040. It will also feature the best infrastructure, facilities and sustainable developments. Approximately 30% of the energy needed for public facilities will be generated from renewable sources.

Palm Jebel Ali is announced to be around 13.4 sq. km., twice the size of Palm Jumeirah. It will include pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods, smart city technologies and plenty of transport options. The island will have a clean and green environment, with several cycling and walking tracks.

The futuristic plan unveils 16 fronds upon completion, adding 91 km of the waterfront with three access points to the artificial island. Residential properties on Palm Jebel Ali Islands will include a variety of beachfront properties, including luxury villas, townhouses and apartments. Nakheel has recently launched two signature collections of villas for Palm Jebel Ali Dubai, The Beach and Coral Collection – each in eight different architectural styles.


Address: Palm Islands - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
  • Country: United Arab Emirates
  • City / Town: Dubai
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  • Property ID 7650
  • Price AED18.000 M
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