Lusail is also called as the future city for prospective investors that want to live a luxurious life in this fast-developing community. It has a total area of 38 square kilometers that expands from Legtaifiya to the Waterfront district. The city will be home to 200,000 residents living on one of the four exclusive manmade islands or in one of the mixed multi-purpose residential areas. Breathtaking buildings and state of the art infrastructure make Lusail City the only of its kind.

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The Pearl

The Pearl-Qatar is a man-made island that is famous for its pearl-like shape and wide distribution of high-rise residential and commercial towers along with the community. The island is mainly used for mixed urban development projects across the original four (4) architecturally distinct precincts along with its six (6) sub-communities. The famous major districts are as follows: Qanat Quartier, Porto Arabia, Medina Centrale, and Viva Bahriya. The island is about 4 million square meters of reclaimed land along 32 km of seafront off the coast of Doha’s West Bay and can accommodate up to 50,000 residents.

The Island offers so much more than shelter and leisure. It is a statement of luxury living and truly an unforgettable experience for its guests and residents. You can choose from a wide variety of luxurious furnished and semi-furnished apartments, beachfront villas and townhouses, high-rise penthouses, state-of-the-art amenities and facilities; scenic marina, and beach view. Along with Porto Arabia, it offers a walkway of top-notch restaurants and shops that residents can enjoy, avail, and for their convenience. Each residential tower has its own style of architectural and interior designing starting from the apartment units, reception lobbies, and amenities that accommodate approx. 1,300 residents / guests in each tower.

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Al Dafna

Al Dafna (is a seaside district of the Qatari capital Doha located on the Persian Gulf.The district is currently rapidly developing into a central business district, and since the late 1990s dozens of skyscrapers have risen in the district, with over fifty more planned. The district is also home to the City Center mall, one of the Middle East's largest malls.

The district was physically created in the mid-1980s following a massive land reclamation project along Doha's coastline, and started to develop in the mid-1990s. Currently, Al Dafna is rapidly becoming Doha's new downtown district, and with the massive amount of recent development towards the north of Doha; it is also rapidly becoming the new centre of the city. Housing in the district is mainly up-scale and many foreign consuls reside here.

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Al Waab

Al Waab City, a real estate development currently being constructed in the district, is set to add 639 villas, 1,293 apartments, and 425 hotel rooms to the district. It is planned to accommodate over 8,000 people.The planned city will have three main districts: the Northern District, the Central District and the Southern District.

In the Northern District, residences, clubhouses and playgrounds will be the main focus of its two communities, Nour Al Waab and Janayin Al Waab. The former community consists of 92 large Arabian-style villas, while the latter 181 villas and recreational facilities.

The Central District comprises three communities, namely Jawharat Al Waab, Abraj Al Waab and Riyad Al Waab. It is mainly residence-oriented and is set to feature numerous parks and landscaped walkways. Jawharat Al Waab, set to be the focal point of the development, encompasses 100,000 m² and will host a spa, hotel and several restaurants and boutiques. Apartment buildings will occupy Abraj Al Waab while Riyad Al Waab will feature a mix of townhouses, villas and apartments.

Lastly, the Southern District will cater to businesses of all sizes, and to a smaller extent, will host neighborhoods. Spread over 200,000 m², the communities in this district are Ma'arid Al Waab, Makatib Al Waab, Darat, and Manazil Al Waab. The development will see numerous medium-rise office buildings built in Makatib Al Waab, and similarly, Ma'arid Al Waab, which runs along Salwa Road, is set to accommodate numerous offices and retailers. The remaining two communities, Manazil Al Waab and Darat, are residential, with the former containing apartments and the latter containing villas.

With an estimated completion date of late 2020, the total cost of the project amounts to roughly $3.2 billion

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West Bay Lagoon

West bay lagoon is a district of Doha also known as Leqtaifiya, the capital city of Qatar. Spanning from the Doha Corniche to West Bay Lagoon, the area has villas on one side, and low rises on the other. The district is well known for its luxurious waterfront villas, which are some of the most expensive in the country. As one of the few freehold areas in Doha, properties are available for purchase by non-Qataris. 

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Marina District

Lusail Marina is located on the coast, in the southern part of the municipality of Al Daayen. Lusail is located about 23 kilometres (14 mi) north of the city centre of Doha, just north of the West Bay Lagoon, on over 38 square kilometres (15 sq mi) and will eventually have the infrastructure to accommodate 450,000 people. Of these 450,000 people, it is estimated that 250,000 or fewer will be residents, 190,000 will be office workers and 60,000 will be retail workers.

It is planned to have marinas, residential areas, island resorts, commercial districts, luxury shopping and leisure facilities, and a golf course community, man made islands and several entertainment districts. Construction is still ongoing. Development is being carried out by the state-controlled developer Qatari Diar along with Parsons Corposation and Dorsch-Gruppe.

One of the venues for the Qatar 2022 World Cup is the Lusail Iconic Stadium. It is also the site of the Formula One race track and the First Doha Grand Prix was held here in 2021.

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Waterfront District

Waterfront District, is one of the most beautiful districts in Lusail City. The Waterfront Residential district epitomizes the pinnacle of seaside living, with state-of-the-art amenities in a safe and secure environment. Comprising a slew of middle-to-high-rise residential towers and hotels, it stands as one of the most exclusive districts in Lusail city, where residents can enjoy the luxury of privacy, breath-taking beaches and crystal-clear waters in a picturesque setting.
Lusail extends across an area of 38 square kilometers and includes four exclusive islands and 19 multi-purpose residential, mixed-use, entertainment and commercial districts. Featuring 22 hotels with international star ratings, Lusail’s vibrant, multicultural hodgepodge promises a boon for hospitality, tourism and investments in Qatar. The city will be home to more than 200,000 residents of its scenic surroundings, 170,000 professionals in its 19 districts, and 80,000 visitors to its entertainment, recreation and retail and hospitality facilities; a population of nearly 450,000 people. Each of Lusail’s districts features an array of residential, commercial, hospitality, and retail destinations, integrating communal living in a self-contained model, complete with schools, mosques, medical facilities, as well as sport, entertainment and shopping centers. Lush greenery and pocket parks across Lusail’s neighborhoods, residential and commercial areas, as well as two major park networks, the Crescent Park and the Wadi Park, bring to life Lusail city’s green, sustainable living ambitions, creating ample space for walkways, sports fields and bicycle lanes, as well as open access to marina promenades and water bodies.

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