Innovo Breaks Ground on $817m flagship sustainable community development in Dubai



  • Innovo, a leader in urban development and innovation across the built environment, was announced as the main contractor to develop Dubai’s first BREEAM-certified project.

Majid Al Futtaim Development named Innovo Build, the design and construction arm of Innovo Group, as the main contractor for the construction of Elysian Mansions, a prestigious development encompassing 94 mansions in Tilal Al Ghaf, Dubai’s first BREEAM-certified project. The project has a contract value of AED 1.13 billion (£240 million).

Bishoy Azmy, CEO of Innovo Group, commented: “Innovo is proud to continue to be the contractor of choice for major developments in Dubai. We are particularly excited to bring our commitment to sustainable building practices to this community, delivering Dubai’s first BREEAM-certified project. This project will also allow us to harness our fantastic team and cutting-edge technology to deliver a flagship community for our customers. The construction of the Elysian Mansions demonstrates our ability to build the highest quality homes that place people and the community at the heart of all the residential developments we create.”

The Elysian Mansions, which are expected to be completed by mid-2026, will feature a distinct collection of five-to-six-bedroom waterfront villas inspired by Greek mythology, with living areas starting at 11,000 square feet. The development will bring together art, culture, architecture, and nature to create human-centric living spaces that will drive a sense of community. The development features technology-enabled homes with a sophisticated architectural style that will establish the community as a hallmark development.

This development is Dubai’s first BREEAM-certified project. BREEAM is the world’s leading science-based validation and certification system for a sustainable built environment. It uses recognised measures of sustainable performance set against established benchmarks, to provide an independent, third-party evaluation of a building’s specification, design, construction and use.