Own a Piece of "The World" in the Middle East

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For the uber rich who always dreamed of owning their own country, Middle Eastern construction company, Nakeel is introducing their newest development: THE WORLD: A collection of 250+ man-made islands off the coast of Dubai, UAE, in the shape of continents and countries on Earth. Prices start at US$6.8M. Get your checkbooks ready! Also be prepared for cozy temperatures up to 118 degrees F during the day.

Nakheel Corp have done it again expanding their portfolio of man-made islands with this latest Dubai island project shaped like the continents of the world. The World will consist of between 250 to 300 smaller private artifical islands divided into four categories - private homes, estate homes, dream resorts, and community islands. Each island will range from 250,000 to 900,000 square feet in size, with 50 to 100 metres of water between each island. The development is to cover an area of 9 kilometers in length and 6 kilometers in width, surrounded by an oval shaped breakwater. The only means of transportation between the islands will be by marine transport.

Construction has begun on the $US 1.8 billion project which is set to be completed by the end of 2005. It will be located 4 kilometers off the shore of Jumeirah, close to the The Palm Jumeirah, between Burj Al Arab and Port Rashid of Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Each island will be sold to selected private developers and are expected to have pricing beginning at Dhs. 25 million (US$ 6.85 million).

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Michael Jackson
Posted by Jesus on 2005-09-12 02:37:39
I hear Michaael Jackson is buying part of Africa.
 

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