Free workspaces and two-year visas will also be provided for business establishment. National pavilions will be converted into either commercial office space or residential apartment units.
Dubai (Urdu Point News Latest. December 17, 2021) Expo 2020 Dubai site will become a business district after the mega event where free workspace and help to set up business with visa for two years will also be provided, Expo site Visitors are already familiar with the walking tracks, parks and countless other activities that will keep future residents engaged in the city’s full experience, with the country’s pavilions transformed into either commercial office space or modern residential apartment units.
According to the Gulf Times, Expo 2020 Dubai will continue to be a vibrant business district after the end of March 2022. The District 2020 project, equipped with educational institutions, hospitals and state-of-the-art building management systems, will benefit UAE residents. Will become a residential and business hub for Expo 2020.
Nadeema Mehra, Vice President, Legacy Project, spoke about the Scale 2 Dubai program, which helps international companies enter a new market. She said the program offers many benefits, including free work. Space, including visas for two years and help establishing businesses, people will live and work in District 2020 and this is really going to boost the development of the area, when companies come and establish themselves in this ecosystem. And working with other companies in different countries is unimaginable.
“As a central business district, the District of Dubai is poised to attract visitors long after the 2020 Expo, which has two objectives, one is that we wanted to make sure we get the most out of it,” he said. Rebuild more events and it’s really hard work, District 2020 aims to use at least 80% of everything. Talking about the city of the future focusing on human beings, Mehra mentioned its key features and said that one of the thematic pavilions would be the Sustainability Pavilion, the center of children and science, the Mobility Pavilion would cater to the citizens. The movement, the movement of people, the equipment, the data and the history of movement as a civilization will continue to inform us while the Al-Wasl Dome will continue to connect people for celebrations as an architectural master class. The waterfall feature will continue to grow as an essential tourist destination.
“District 2020 estimates that a population of approximately 145,000 people will visit, live and work at the hub in the next 25 years. This is a very sustainable development, where our planning from a development point of view,” he said. Very much market based and I think this is important for Dubai, we need projects that are market based, that are based on demand, once the event is over and we can build our assets. Rebuild, we’re not really building anything else until further notice.