AJMAL MAKAN City - Sharjah Waterfront, an incredible collection of eight beautifully designed islands visible from the outer space, is one of the most vibrant mixed-use developments in Sharjah in the making that will reshape the landscape of the area and create a new city on the coast of the Arabian Gulf.
Spread across 60 million square feet of pristine waterfront land an ideal hideout for residents and tourists. Like a precious pearl; AJMAL MAKAN City - Sharjah Waterfront is a city within a city with integrated facilities where people could live, work, shop, dine and enjoy the best life in contemporary designed luxurious living surroundings.
The largest mixed-use master-planned waterfront community in the Northern Emirates that creates a massive economic opportunity for developers, investors, buyers and businesses.
Once developed, AJMAL MAKAN City - Sharjah Waterfront will be a vibrant community of 60,000 people living in 1,500 villas and townhouses, 95 high-rise residential and commercial towers, (multi shopping malls and compound elegant offices), a water theme park all spread across eight islands and a marina with a capacity of 800 yachts.
A pollution-free city, the community will be blessed with world-class facilities for high-standard living. With its beautiful beaches, moderate year-long weather, leisure and shopping opportunities, AJMAL MAKAN City - Sharjah Waterfront presents itself as a complete and attractive holiday destination.
AJMAL MAKAN City - Sharjah Waterfront is a series of eight islands interconnected by natural canals spread across 36 kilometres of coastal land on the northeastern coast of Sharjah were crystal clear blue fresh waters of the Gulf flow every 12 hours along with the high and low tides. As the city was designed by one of the biggest most experienced companies in the world.
60% area of the city will be landscaped with gardens, parks, and landscaped roads surrounded by natural green plains and flower beds. All ِ AJMAL MAKAN City - Sharjah Waterfront details are in line with international standards to remain environmentally friendly and apply the best practices in the development and construction of green buildings that reduce the total carbon footprint of the project.