Blue World City will be a haven for local and international tourists, with attractions such as the Burj Al Arab, a replica of Istanbul’s Blue Mosque, the world’s tallest Horse Mascot, Rumi’s Square, and a world-class Water Theme Park, all housed in a safe and secure gated community with a hilltop 5-star hotel.

The city of the blue world Islamabad is a new housing complex on the Main Chakri Road, which runs parallel to the Lahore Islamabad M2. By incorporating all civic facilities of worldwide standards, including life-size copies of global icons such as the Burj Al Arab, the housing society is expected to become a marvel of twin cities. The society is growing up around the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and the new Islamabad International Airport.


The BWC’s position gives it unparalleled access to both the twin cities and the rest of Pakistan. In comparison to all other future housing societies in the vicinity, the BWC is also in an ideal location because its proximity to the proposed Rawalpindi Ring Road is the closest. The four distinct entrances to BWC make it a destination for real estate investors in Islamabad. Because of its central location and state-of-the-art infrastructure, the future holds enormous potential for excellent returns on investments in this housing society.


Location & Map of Blue World City


BWC’s strategic location in the Islamabad and Rawalpindi suburbs makes it an ideal community for future real estate investment. The cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi are currently running out of room as a result of a large population inflow during the last few decades. Around 70% of Rawalpindi’s urban population lacks access to basic municipal services including appropriate sanitation and safe drinking water. Because both metropolitan areas are booming, the area around the new Islamabad motorway has a bright future.


The following are some of the key locations near the BWC:


  • Islamabad International Airport is a brand-new airport in Islamabad.
  • The M2 highway connects Lahore with Islamabad.
  • Highway to Kashmir
  • Model Chakri Interchange is a model of a motorway interchange.
  • Green Oaks Farms is a family-owned and operated farm located in the
  • Rawalpindi Ring Road is a new road that runs around Rawalpindi.


Blue World City Islamabad is unquestionably the city of the future. The society is built in such a way that it can connect to all of Rawalpindi’s and Islamabad’s key megaprojects. As a result, it has become a magnet for real estate investors from Pakistan and Pakistanis living overseas.


Apart from all of BWC’s excellent qualities, it’s worth noting that the company’s costs are the most reasonable and accessible to the average person. In contrast to the hyper-inflated pricing of housing societies in the vicinity of BWC, the prices in this outstanding society are relatively reasonable.


Installment and Payment Plan for Blue World City


The Blue World City Payment Plan was created to make it simple for investors to pay for their housing society plots. The payment plan is broken down into 40 monthly installments and 8 half-quarterly installments.



The society is drawing real estate investors from Pakistan and Pakistanis residing abroad due to the several good aspects of BWC Islamabad. BWC has a special overseas block for abroad Pakistanis solely, to meet their needs. Overseas Pakistanis will have access to a fully gated community with round-the-clock access to all municipal amenities of world standards, such as state-of-the-art parks, worship places, and 24-hour surveillance and security.



BWC Islamabad has named AH REAL ESTATE MARKETING as a platinum partner. Locals and Pakistanis living abroad can benefit from free real estate consultations to make low-risk, high-yield real estate investments.

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