“Al- Noor Morocco” will be a globally integrated
city challenging our intellectual expectations, commercial
financing experiences, cultural limitations and religious
barriers. A truly humanitarian
effort with the goal of:
• Relieving poverty
• Creating equitable standards of living
• Satisfying basic needs of its inhabitants
• Establishing sustainable political practices
• Avoiding irreversible damages to nature
• Reconciling development with regenerative capacity
of natural environment
Based on a combination of leading-edge master planning
and design, interwoven with Moroccan history and cultural
identity, to create a truly international city that would
be the envy of any State
Energy – Clean & Green. The
city’s power requirements will be supplied by solar
and wind energy. These sustainable methodsof creating electricity
are the ultimate in environmental compatibility and are
Farming - Planting the Future. Approximately
40% of Al-Noor Morocco’s land area will be dedicated
to farmland. Through the construction of various water supplying
infrastructures, much needed crops will finally be available
to grow and help support the needs of the people throughout
Africa and beyond.
Housing - A Place to Call Home. Morocco’s
vibrant past is not forgotten in the design of the new housing
structures. From apartments to large family homes, all will
complement the natural environment and be environmentally
Religious Centers - Worship. Various religious
centers and Mosques will be located throughout the city.
HealthCare Centers - Living Well. Through
the placement of strategically located HealthCare Centers,
high-quality health care will be available to all residents,
greatly improving quality of life.
Education Center - Knowledge is Power. Al-Noor
Morocco will provide a multitude of higher-education facilities
in its Education Center. Residents will be offered a wide-range
of learning opportunities and programs.
Commercial/Business Center - Shaping the Future.
World-class business and retail operations will be located
in the Commercial/Business Center. This will be the heart
of operations for the city.
Media Center - Arts & Entertainment. The
Media Center will focus on fun and entertainment of all
varieties. Outdoor amphitheaters, performance theaters,
symphony halls, movie theaters, and much more will delight
the senses and stimulate the mind.
Agricultural Center - Farmer’s Market.
Al-Noor Morocco will feature an Agricultural Center where
residents can choose from a wide variety of locally grown
fruits, vegetables, and other foods in an open-air atmosphere.
Fashion Center - Style & Substance.
A unique Fashion Center will showcase locally-made clothing,
jewelry, and accessories in a first-class environment. Designed
specifically to cater to locals as well as tourists, this
Center will be an unforgettable experience into the creative
beauty and talent of the Moroccan people.
Industrial Center - Building the Future.
The Industrial Center will provide the means for the building
and creation of goods needed for the city, as well as providing
goods for export.
Airport - Flying to New Heights. State-of-the-art,
and a masterpiece of visual design, the Al-Noor Morocco
Airport will help facilitate the business and tourist trade
of the city.
Ports - Shipping. Al-Noor Morocco will
feature a shipping port to handle the import/export trade
to other countries and continents. A passenger ship port
will provide vacationers and travelers a convenient and
fun alternative to flying!
Transportation - Driving Change. One of
the most unique aspects of this city will be its networked
transportation system. Underground rail and roadways interconnected
with the ports, airport, surface railways, and roads will
make travel to any destination quick and easy. Walking paths
will be extensively provided throughout to provide a viable
and healthy alternative to driving.
This transportation network will provide the ability for
resources and goods to be efficiently transported throughout
Africa by linking to the much larger “Africana Express”
system which will run throughout Africa. The new “Bridge
of the Kings”, to be located on the northern tip of
Morocco, will provide a brand new rail and roadway link
to Spain as well as Europe. This will open new doors of
opportunity for the sharing of resources between continents
A 15-year master plan is being developed to illustrate
the viability and efficiency of the City from inception
to creation to its operation and maintenance.