Maimoon Gardens, world’s first residential development to use NASA-based technology, launched in Dubai

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Maimoon Gardens, the world’s first residential development to use a combination of two revolutionary air technologies developed by NASA has been launched. Located within the Jumeirah Village Circle, the development was launched by Fakhruddin Properties

Fakhruddin is a reputable developer of residential, commercial, and industrial properties. The Dubai-based company is also a specialist in providing property and facilities management solutions.

With sustainability as its central focus, Maimoon Gardens serves as the developer’s comeback to the Dubai Real estate market. 

An overview of the Maimoon Gardens

Maimoon Gardens will include two towers that feature studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments. Moreover, it will also feature retail spaces alongside offices.

Impressively, the mix-use development will display the use of key energy optimization technologies. It will make use of 2 revolutionary air technologies that are NASA-based. In turn, the residential units turned into automated smart homes will result in projected energy savings of well up to 30%. Overall, the project will significantly contribute to a decrease in the overall carbon footprint.

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The development also features a waste management technology, set to segregate wet and dry garbage. Consequently, the technology will reduce the combined carbon emissions by well up to 1,250 tonnes. Additionally, the project has another impressive highlight. An advanced Centralized RO water tech feature access to all apartments.

Maimoon Gardens aims to provide an eloquent resort-like feel to its residents. Therefore, it will include outdoor amenities such as Cascading Waterfalls, a Zen Garden as well as a Meditation Garden. Moreover, the project will also feature a vertical herb garden in every apartment as well as a greenhouse with radiant cooling technology.