Limitless’ manifesto for a better way of being was unveiled in front of Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, at Cityscape today (Monday).
The Dubai developer’s declaration to design projects on a human scale, with an emphasis on moving people, not cars is displayed at the Limitless stand (ZJ20), along with the company’s 11 global projects, worth around US$100 billion. The manifesto is the core element of Limitless’ “human thread” campaign, launched last week.
The Crown Prince of Dubai was also the first Cityscape visitor to support Limitless’ green transport initiatives by signing a giant wall at the company’s stand. For every signature received during the event, Limitless will contribute AED100 to research into sustainable development.
Limitless’ people-mover is also on display at Cityscape. The eight seater vehicle, designed to cut traffic jams and allow people more time to spend with those who matter, will form an integral part of all Limitless’ large scale developments.
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