Welcome to Dubai Commercity
The future of business!
Dubai CommerCity first regional
e-commerce free zone
Dubai CommerCity,’ an AED 2.7-billion, 2.1-million square feet joint venture between DAFZA and wasl Asset Management Group, in the Umm Ramool area. Dubai CommerCity, the first free zone dedicated to e-commerce in the MENA region, is strategically intended to promote Dubai’s position as a leading platform for international e-commerce and to support economic diversification and smart transformation strategies.
Dubai CommerCity is a new push for a non-traditional economy based on Innovation and Smart transformation
H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum
Dubai CommerCity promotes e-commerce as a key driver for sustainable economic growth
H.E. Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni
Director General - DAFZA
The joint venture provides impetus for economic diversification & promotes a competitive innovation-based economy
Hesham Abdulla AlQassim
CEO - wasl Asset Management Group
Dubai CommerCity to boost Dubai’s leading position in global trade
Dubai CommerCity spans a total area of 427,000 square meters inclusive of office spaces and logistics units covering 207,000 square meters; a total leasable area of 176,000 square meters; and infrastructure and parking areas over 220,000 square meters, with 4,000 parking slots for its customers. The free zone is divided into three clusters designed in a modern and innovative way to strategically achieve environmental and investment sustainability. State-of-the-art technologies are implemented to provide investors with quality experiences.
The Business Cluster includes 13 office buildings with a total leasable area of 108,000 square meters and a total built-up area of 136,000 square meters. It features modern buildings and landscapes within the interior and exterior areas to encourage customers to adopt a healthy and active approach while doing business and to make work routines interesting and youthful. The cluster is ‘Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)’ program certified as well.
The Logistics Cluster, on the other hand, consists of 84 logistic units with a total built-up area of 71,000 square meters and a leasable area of 68,000 square meters equipped with the latest technologies to meet the needs of logistics services providers and customers. The main feature of the cluster is its rooftop PVC solar panels for generating clean energy.
The Social Cluster is the heart of Dubai CommerCity, with its art galleries, a range of luxury restaurants and cafés, and vibrant facilities that meet the expectations of e-commerce companies wishing to establish regional headquarters in Dubai.
E-Commerce is all set
The project, which will be implemented in two phases, where 50% will be completed at each stage is intended to be a comprehensive and modern system that supports the e-commerce sector and meets the current and future needs of logistics, electronic payments, IT solutions, customer services, and other related businesses. The project will be an ideal opportunity for major regional and international manufacturers to store their goods, products and spare parts in state-of-the-art, fully-equipped, technology-enabled warehouses, to be shipped later to the local markets in record time via e-commerce.
Advancing sustainability is a top priority
Dubai CommerCity is fully committed to supporting the goal of the wise leadership to reduce the UAE carbon footprint by 25 percent by 2030 through the adoption of non-traditional methods in accordance with global standards for a sustainable environment and a green economy; reducing electricity consumption by using solar energy; and lowering water wastage by 40 percent through the treatment of polluted water and the collection and reuse of stormwater. Strategies also include the reduction of pollution and implementation of global environmental standards related to the construction of light industrial units and buildings as well as the use of environmentally friendly building materials and recycled resources.