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Exciting third phase of Sharjah Sustainable City launches

Article-Exciting third phase of Sharjah Sustainable City launches

Sharjah Sustainable City
The city’s third phase contains 324 sustainable and innovation-rich villas that are in high demand given the success of the project's prior stages.

Following a strong reaction to its sold-out first two phases, Sharjah Sustainable City has inaugurated the project's third phase. The completely sustainable residential community is constructed by Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq) in collaboration with Diamond Developers.

Sharjah Sustainable City is a high-end mixed-use development that spans an 825,000-square-foot area in the Al Rahmaniyah neighborhood of Sharjah. It features 1,250 sustainable villas that are split into blocks of three, four, and five-bedroom homes. Each property sits on a built-up area varying from 2,035 square feet to 3,818 square feet.

324 villas in total are available in Sharjah Sustainable City's third phase. The prices of these villas start at AED1.45 million ($394,710).


The villas at Sharjah Sustainable City offer an appealing balance between a high standard of living in an eco-friendly and sustainable way and a future-proof investment opportunity. The developers highlight the broad variety of innovative design features and technologies that the villas utilize. These not only include aspects such as high-tech smart homes and energy management technologies, but they also include access to core amenities and spacious layouts that optimize for the retention of heat and natural lighting.

Phase Three’s villas range from 3 to 5 bedrooms, also available with different floor plans and aesthetic views. They are tucked away in a setting meant to enhance residents' quality of life without sacrificing the requirements of coming generations. Additionally, the villas set a strong standard for inspiring opportunities to reduce communal carbon footprints.

The residential properties of Sharjah Sustainable City are expected to save residents up to 50% on water and electricity bills. This is thanks to the use of thermally insulated construction materials and windows. Equally the use of smart home automation, energy, and water-saving appliances, and rooftop solar panel installations are also contributing to this.


Developments at Sharjah’s Sustainable City come at a moment in time with a growing demand for environmentally conscious homes and an eco-friendly lifestyle. Developments in Sharjah as a whole have also been in strong demand. Building permits in the city skyrocketed to AED 9.344 billion in the first half of 2022. So overall Sharjah’s real estate industry is in high demand amongst developers, investors, and prospective residents alike.

Photo Credit: Sharjah Sustainable City
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