Real estate developers with a global agenda
Limitless, a Dubai World company, is a global, integrated real estate master developer, established in 2005 under the philosophy of delivering distinction.
Our life-enhancing developments are designed around people, because we believe that they, not buildings, matter most when it comes to responsible development. Sustainability is at the core of all Limitless developments. Alternative forms of energy, recycling initiatives, environmentally-friendly transport and open spaces are an integral part of our master planning.
We specialise in master planning large-scale, balanced, mixed-use communities and waterfront developments while driving innovation in urban design, architecture and engineering. Our unrivalled know-how is being harnessed in countries across the Middle East, GCC, Africa, Europe, South Asia and the Far East.
At Limitless, our vision is to enhance and enrich people’s lives by delivering distinctive, sustainable developments. These are tailor made to reflect local cultures and meet the needs of the markets they serve: by gaining deep insight into all of our stakeholders’ needs, we create thriving environments, and legacies that future generations can be a part of – and proud of.
Limitless has projects in the UAE, Malaysia, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Russia, with more to come in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Far East.
Arabian Canal: 75 km man-made waterway and 12,500 hectare canalside city that will create a new landmark destination for Dubai
Downtown Jebel Ali: 200 hectare mixed-use development consisting of four quarters, each with its own iconic, individually-themed plaza, Dubai Metro station and internal people mover system. With 330 buildings, including 237 residential towers, Downtown Jebel Ali will accommodate 200,000 people.
Al Wasl: 1,400 hectare mixed-use development for 200,000 people near Riyadh, with 55,000 homes plus mosques, educational facilities, offices, malls and hotels.
Sanaya Amman: 200 metre residential twin towers that will be the tallest buildings in Jordan. First ‘green’ building in the country, with 500 luxury apartments as well as a retail, entertainment and leisure plaza.
Puteri Harbour: 44 hectare development of landed waterfront homes with individual berthing, and high-end condominiums. A joint venture with UEM Land, this will be the country’s first luxury waterfront enclave.
Halong Star: 125 hectare mixed-use development with residential units, luxury hotels, and education, cultural and recreational facilities, all overlooking Halong Bay, a UNESCO-sanctioned world heritage site.
Khimki Region, Moscow, Russia: 113 hectare development near Moscow, with 4,500 homes as well as schools, retail and commercial elements. The project is a joint venture with leading Russian developer RDI, and will accommodate around 12,000 people.