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Sharjah Sustainable City is the first sustainable master-planned community in the Emirate of Sharjah.
Powered by renewable energy, the city aspires to achieve Net Zero Energy. It also treats 100% of its wastewater for landscape irrigation and maximizes recycling to divert waste from landfills. The city produces its own chemical-free leafy greens and vegetables and promotes walkability and the use of clean mobility.
Sharjah Sustainable City is leading the global movement towards sustainable living, promoting a lifestyle compatible with the future.
Developed in partnership with the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) and Diamond Developers, the city is extended over an area of 7.2 million square feet in Sharjah’s Al Rahmaniya Area. It includes 1,250 three-, four- and five-bedroom villas, a community mall, a utility park, and a school.
Services include shops, restaurants and cafes, a nursery, a clinic, an autism centre and other facilities such as separate gyms for ladies and men. The utility park will serve as an educational destination, including a visitor centre and an energy park.
Sharjah Sustainable City represents the next phase in development for the sustainable cities, which pioneered in Dubai in 2016.
Tailor-made to the community and built with the latest cutting-edge technology, Sharjah Sustainable City is an inclusive community, of premium, eco-conscious smart homes, which offer high quality, low impact living.
The three pillars of sustainability are social, environmental and economic. Sharjah Sustainable City delivers on all three of these to form a happy, healthy society, leading by example to move the world towards a better tomorrow.
The residents of Sharjah Sustainable City will enjoy healthy and environmentally responsible living. Villas are powered by solar energy and 100% of water and waste are recycled.
Mobility around the city is with electric vehicles such as golf carts. Leafy green vegetables and herbs are produced in biodomes with vertical farming and community garden pockets. There is an emphasis on well-being with shared sporting facilities and open areas.
This project represents a fundamental change in the concept of future cities and urban planning.