globe

Staff accommodation at Dubai Maritime City

Looking to lease staff accommodation?

Inquire now

1,406 room staff accommodation coming soon

The facility for staff accommodation currently exists at Dubai Maritime City, and a new project – a 1,406 room staff accommodation – is in the making. The new project will be connected to the Industrial District of Dubai Maritime City providing easy access for staff of companies operating in the maritime hub.

Leasing living quarters for your workforce is easy in Dubai Maritime City. The employer needs to only liaise with the Dubai Maritime City property management team to obtain information on the availability of living quarters and thereafter, book the quarters for their workers.

Some facts

1.22 million sq.ft of built up area

A total built-up area of 113,935 sq.m (that's about 1.22 million sq.feet) and a capacity to accommodate over 8,000 men and over 900 women, this project is due for competition in mid 2024. The facility will also include Recreational facilities, F&B outlets, a clinic, retail shops, fire safety protocols and an onsite administration office.

Contact us

Need more information?

The licensing authority that governs business set up and issuing an operating licence is Dubai Maritime City Authority. Please visit the website of dmca.ae for more details on licence requirements.

Building a staff accommodation on a lease warehouse or a plot of land is against the regulations of DMC. The purpose of an industrial land is to be used for marine operations only.

However, Dubai Maritime City will soon offer staff accommodation in our new project aimed to be completed by mid 2024. This facility will be able to house over 8,000 men and over 900 women who work for companies that are part of Dubai Maritime City. Learn more about our staff accommodation facility.

Business licencing and regulations for registration of a marine business are managed by Dubai Maritime City Authority. To know more about the regulations of shareholders in a company, please get in touch with Dubai Maritime City Authority.

General rules and regulations of the United Arab Emirates state that "a partnership firm may have partners that individuals and non-individuals"