Dubai CommerCity is the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia region’s first and foremost free zone devoted solely to digital trade. The Dubai Commercity free zone is ideally situated to profit from the anticipated rise in digital commerce in the area, which is surpassing the average rate of worldwide growth.
Within a two-hour flying radius, Dubai Commercial City is conveniently located in the middle of the regional trade route, giving it easy access to more than 2 billion people. The Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia’s first specifically designated e-commerce free zone will be Dubai CommerCity. With more than 320.00 square feet of offices and 145.00 square feet of logistics units, the first phase is a “business cluster.” There is also “multi-client warehousing.” The facilities will be located in a logistics cluster. Currently leased out is 51% of the warehouse space.
Three clusters make up Dubai Commercial City, which has been intentionally divided to promote investment and environmental sustainability. Dubai Commercial City is one of the most appealing free zones for foreign direct investment in the regional markets and a special entryway for Dubai to a promising worldwide economic sector with its extraordinary competitive advantages. The new free zone is ideally situated close to the Dubai International Airport, which has good access to important regional and national routes.
The new free zone was able to lease more than 51% of the logistics warehouses to businesses beginning operations in a variety of industries, including e-commerce, logistics, and information technology with its strategic location and the rising demand for its facilities and services.
With staggered openings continuing until the project is finished, the first buildings are anticipated to open. The eCommerce retail business, which is predicted to rise 20% over the next five years, will continue to expand with the Dubai Commercial City.