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Dubai launches new offices at World Expo 2020 site.
Dubai World Central Business Park to offer small, medium and large office spaces.
Dubai World Central (DWC), the world’s first purpose-built aerotropolis, has announced new offers of added office spaces at its Business Park that can cater to new companies setting up business in the UAE, particularly those coming from the growing small and medium enterprises (SME) sector.

The new offices are available in three different sizes: small offices of 45sq m to 90sq m as ready to trade today and occupy in November 2014 license; medium offices of 100sq m to 400sq m as fitted-out units on flexible lease terms; and large offices of 500sq m and above.

Situated at the entrance of DWC, also the venue for the World Expo 2020, the Business Park Free Zone offers 100 per cent ownership with additional advantage of easy accessibility to Al Maktoum International Airport, and the proximity to main highways to access markets in the Mena, Asia and Europe.

DWC, the strategic new hub of Dubai in 2020, enjoys a central location within the emirate, 30 minutes from central Dubai, 15 minutes from New Dubai and Marina, and 45 minutes to Abu Dhabi’s new growth corridor – Yas Island and Abu Dhabi International Airport. With the rapidly expanding Al Maktoum International Airport and Jebel Ali Port, the aerotropolis is expected to account for 60 per cent of Dubai’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2023.

Paolo Serra, Director of Business Park, Dubai World Central, said: “The Business Park is an integral part of Dubai World Central and has witnessed an increased demand in office space in 2014. More than 20,000 square meters of office space has been leased in 2014 to date with additional space being fitted out at present to cater to Dubai’s SME segment. With premium infrastructure and flexibility to grow and expand in future, we are confident that the Business Park will continue to attract an increasing number of blue chip companies looking to establish their presence in the Middle East.”

DWC’s Business Park boasts of swift business facilitation, where companies can set up offices within 10 days. The well-appointed buildings in the Business Park are under single ownership of the Dubai Aviation City Corporation. Over 1,000 companies are already registered with DWC Business Park, including Nestle, CEVA Logistics, Helukabel, and Sinopec Petroleum etc.