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Blue City (Oman) - Wikimapia
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Nearby cities: Barka, Seeb, Al-Mussanah
Coordinates: 23°44'51"N 57°47'28"E
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The Blue City is a $15 billion megacity...
Date: 2017-06-14 13:39:43
The Real Estate Bust Hits Oman's Blue City - Bloomberg
Blue City, a $20 billion real estate development, was supposed to help transform Oman, the Persian Gulf nation of about 3 million people. Government officials extolled the project as an important step in its plan to diversify the economy and prepare for the depletion of oil reserves. But Blue City, envisioned as a community for more than 200,000 people, missed sales targets as real estate...
Blue City Oman - Al Madina Al Zarqa, Muscat Building - e ...
Design: Foster + Partners
Masterplan for new Omani city, west of Muscat revealed
Foster + Partners has revealed plans for a new, compact city for an estimated 200,000 residents that draws on traditional Omani architecture while offering a sustainable and contemporary lifestyle with the optimum urban density. Located on a coastal stretch to the West of Muscat, the scheme will celebrate this...
The Blue City [Oman] - Property Development - TEN Real Estate
The Blue City, known in Arabic as Al Madina Al Zarqa, is a tourism and residential development being built in the Sultanate of Oman. The US$ 15-20 billion project will cover a triangular area of 35 square kilometers (14 square miles) along the Al-Sawadi coastal region. It will be a 30-minute drive from Seeb International Airport, 100 kilometers (60 miles) from Muscat and...
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� About the Blue City
Located on a natural peninsula 30 minutes from Muscat Seeb Airport, Al Madina A"Zarqa is a 32-square-kilometer (12�sq�mi) waterfront city being built along 16 kilometers (9.9�mi) of shoreline adjacent to the Gulf of Oman.
One of the largest scale developments in the Middle East, the Al Madina A'Zarqa represents a total investment of between $15 - $20...
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About the Blue City
Located on a natural peninsula 30 minutes from Muscat Seeb Airport, Al Madina A"Zarqa is a 32 square kilometer (12.36 square mile) waterfront city being built along 16 kilometers (9.95 miles) of shoreline adjacent to the Gulf of Oman.
One of the largest scale developments in the Middle East, the Al Madina A'Zarqa represents a total investment of between $15 -...
Blue City, Oman - Wikipedia
Officially known as Al Madina A'Zarqa, though usually referred to by the original project name of Blue City,  the planned city was a $15 billion project in the Sultanate of Oman . It was spread over 32 square kilometers and 16 kilometers of coastline along the coastal region at Al Sawaadi , 45 minutes from Muscat .
When completed, the city would have included 20 hotels, hospitals,...
Date: 2017-12-05 15:39:28
Blue City | the company , locations , oman , projects | AKTOR
The Blue City (Al Madina A' Zarqa) is the largest development in the Sultanate of Oman and one of the largest of its kind in the Middle East Area. It is situated in a coastal area of unique natural beauty, 90km west of the capital Muscat. The city will, at ultimate stage, accommodate 200,000 inhabitants and occupy an area of 32km2. It is envisaged to be constructed in 10 stages until 2020.
Phase 1 of Al Madina A' Zarqa is a mixed use development...
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For many visitors, much of the appeal of Oman lies in the striking dissimilarities it presents with the neighbouring UAE, Dubai in particular. However, proof that Oman is not entirely lacking Dubai's taste for vast new mega-developments and infrastructure projects - and all the attendant financial woe that they can create - is provided by the troubled Blue City project (w www.almadinaazarqa.com ), now officially known as Al Madina A'Zarqa, although still usually referred to by its original name.
Launched in late 2007, Blue City was intended...