PLANNING & MIXED USE

THE PALM JUMEIRAH MASTER PLAN

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

2005 ARDY GOLD AWARD

SITE DESIGN & UTILIZATION

American Resort Development Association

 

2004 ARDY SILVER AWARD

RESORT ARCHITECTURE

American Resort Development Association

The Palm Jumeirah is a man-made archipelago created by land reclamation and is the first man-made earth form identified by the human eye from outer space. Designed as a solution to create tourism components for the rapidly growing Dubai market, the program features more than 60 km (37 miles) of new shoreline created from 90+ million cubic meters of rock, sand and earth all taken from local resources.

 

The master plan for The Palm consists of three man-made earth forms. The 2 kilometer long Trunk is the hub of the island and includes a variety of retail shops, cafés, restaurants, entertainment options, Village Centre, five-star hotels, marinas, luxury shoreline apartments and beaches. The Crown, connected to the trunk by a 300-meter (980 feet) bridge contains 17 fronds and encompasses signature villas, garden homes and townhomes offering a variety of sizes, designs and styles. The Crescent, a barrier reef, surrounds the fronds and is connected to the Crown by a subsea tunnel and contains uniquely themed boutique hotels. The hotels on the crescent offer world-class restaurants and are open to Palm residents as well as the public.

120 N ORANGE  AVENUE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

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120 N ORANGE  AVENUE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801

P  407  644  2656      F  407  628  3269

SITE DESIGNED AND CREATED BY HHCP

© 2019 HHCP, Inc. All Rights Reserved