After 182 days and over 24 million visitors, Expo 2020 Dubai has come to an end. Overall, one in three visitors came from abroad, for a total of 178 registered countries, in addition to around 200 million virtual visits. A success also due to the 35,000 events that animated the event turning the spotlight on music, dance, entertainment for children, business conferences, parades, sporting events and creative workshops. In homage to its claim “Connecting Minds, Building the Future”, the event was built with sustainability in mind right from the start, with the aim that everything that has been done can continue and live and contribute to writing the future.
Precisely with this purpose, the new District 2020 will be born on the Expo 2020 Dubai site: 80% of the elements built for the event will be reconverted to create an intelligent and sustainable city focused on the needs of its community. It will be a multipurpose economic center dedicated to promoting innovation and capable of attracting businesses and people to work, live, visit the area or enjoy the entertainment offer in a place that fosters well-being, inspires new ideas and promotes potential. human. The space will help boost Dubai’s innovation economy by focusing on four key sectors such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), Big Data and Blockchain.
Modern and flexible rental office spaces, residential areas, shops and outlets, running spaces, cycle paths, green areas: a wide range of opportunities will be available to offer an excellent life balance to its visitors and residents. Entirely walkable, District 2020 will be a low-powered environment offering automated public transport and intelligent shuttle services. Easy access to downtown Dubai will be available via three major highways and Route 2020, the metro system connecting District 2020 to the city’s major landmarks and attractions.
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