Phase One of The Sustainable City-Yiti features 422 residential units.

Oman tourism development company Omran and UAE-based Diamond Developers have announced the sales launch of Phase One of The Sustainable City-Yiti featuring 422 residential units including a wide selection of villas and apartments.

The Sustainable City-Yiti aims to provide an environment for its residents to live, work, and thrive within the community.

A premium development in Oman, it boasts a comprehensive masterplan that includes a plaza featuring commercial outlets, a school and nursery, five-star Nikki Beach Resort & Spa, a four-star hotel, a wellness centre, an autism centre and an educational institute.

All the 422 residential units have been designed in line with the highest social, environmental, and economic sustainability standards. A diverse selection of 136 eco-friendly residential villas will be available for purchase, each showcasing an elegant and energy-efficient design with spacious three and four-bedroom units. Additionally, a wide variety of 286 modern apartments will be offered – ranging from cosy studios to expansive three-bedroom units.

The city will be powered by clean, renewable energy sources, prominently featuring solar panels that are tactically mounted on rooftops and parking facilities. This approach enables residents to achieve up to 100 per cent energy bill savings. Simultaneously, the introduction of high-efficiency water systems will lead to a significant decrease in water bills, potentially by as much as 50 per cent.

Expected to be completed by 2025, the development will feature a green spine running the length of the community, complete with biodomes and community gardens.

On the sales launch, Omran Group’s CEO Hashil Obaid Al Mahrouqi said: “With such developments, we are paving the way towards Oman’s target of Net-Zero Carbon by 2050, whilst providing immense in-country value”