Microsoft co-founder buys land for Futuristic City
The proposed Smart City will be built in the Arizona desert
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is planning to build Futuristic City in the Arizona desert.
An investment firm controlled by Bill Gates has acquired 25,000 acres about 45 miles west of Phoenix for the proposed smart city.
This city will be equipped with cutting-edge technology and will known as Belmont.
According to the investment firm Belmont Partners, Belmont will provide a model for Futuristic World based on cutting-edge infrastructure.
Belmont will enable a forward-thinking community, whose infrastructure will be based on:
- Cutting-edge technology
- High-Speed Digital Network
- Data Centres
- Autonomous vehicles and autonomous logistics hubs
- New manufacturing technologies
- New distribution models
The technology will be used to keep the streets clean, as the sanitation department will be automatically informed when public garbage bins are full.
This modern community will allow residents to unlock their office door and switch on to their computer before even reaching the office.
The residents will use their phones to reserve a parking space.
Belmont will be comprised of:
- 80,000 residential unit
- 3,800 acres space for office, commercial and retail space
- 3,400 acres open space
- 470 acres Space for public school
Belmont Partners has bought the land for the proposed community for $80 million.