Bahrain’s Al-Ma’awdah Group has launched a BD22 million ($58.35 million) luxury residential project at the Gulf Property Show.
Called Residence Sharq, the project is being built over a 17,080-sq-m area of land at Dilmu
A Chinese joint venture company has won major contracts for the construction of 15,000 residential units for low- and middle-income citizens, besides a new convention centre in Egypt.
The company will also construct the new cabine
Green Valley International Real Estate, a leading regional developer, has announced the completion of three mixed-use developments - Boulevard Bursa, Sapanca Villas and Yalova Villas - across Turkey.
The successful completion of B
The Egyptian government has sealed four financing contracts worth E£3 billion ($381 million) to help fund the construction of a million housing units across the country, said a report.
The housing development, which is one o
Tenders to build 1,200 housing units within the Al Ramli Housing Project will be launched next month, a report said.
Housing Ministry’s assistant under-secretary Sami Bu Hazza said that work was underway to prepare the site
Bloom Properties, a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi’s National Holding, has slowed down its plans to build 40,000 homes in Iraq because of the worsening conflict in the country, said a report.
The company said it had already com
Sedco Development, a key developer in Saudi Arabia, has been awarded a contract for the construction of Gardenia Residence, a project in Jeddah owned by the AlAhli Sedco Residential Development Fund in partnership with Ghoneim International Comp
World Bank approved a $500 million loan to help Egypt finance the construction of one million housing units for low-income residents over five years, said the country's housing minister.
"Between 25 and 40 per cent of the
Egypt's housing ministry and Dubai's Arabtec have agreed some of the terms for a $40-billion project to build one million homes across the country, and they will sign a final contract within 10 days, a ministry spokeswoman said on Tuesda
Arabtec's chairman will meet officials of Egypt's housing ministry on Wednesday to renegotiate the terms of a $40 billion plan to build one million homes in that country, a source familiar with the matter said.