Saudi Arabia will offer foreign and local property developers partnership deals in a vast housing construction programme that aims to build 1.5 million homes over the next seven or eight years, said the country's housing minister.
Bahrain's Housing Ministry has acquired necessary land in several areas of the kingdom for the construction of 25,000 new housing units for its citizens, said a report.
The provision of lands that are suitable for housing proj
Egypt's second-largest listed property developer, Palm Hills, is set to deliver 1,800 housing units this year as per schedule, said a report.
This marks an increase over last year when 1,540 units were handed over, reported
Qatar-based Barwa Real Estate Group plans to complete the work on 12,000 residential units within the next four years in line with its commitment to provide homes to citizens at reasonable rents, said a report.
Barwa, which has an
Ninety-eight per cent of the housing units of the Sanad project in Bahrain have been completed in the last five years, a top government official said.
Work is currently under way to link the site with the main public roads network
Dubai Properties, a leading real estate developer, has released additional units at its recently-launched residential tower at Dubai Wharf, a multimillion-dirham mixed-use project in the heart of Dubai Creek in Dubai, UAE.
Bloom Properties, the real estate arm of the Abu Dhabi-based National Holding company, is planning to build a new town spanning over a 20 sq km area with 40,000 housing units in Iraqi city of Karbala, said a report.
The Shores of
Bahrain has embarked on a new ambitious homes plan which will see the construction of up to 77,000 new social housing units for its residents across the country, said a report.
The Housing Ministry has already demarcated 61 locations fo
Egypt's Ministry of Housing has called upon construction companies to take over the development of the proposed 60,000 housing units in eight new cities across the country, said a report.
The ministry, represented by the New U
Egypt's Ministry of Housing is planning to construct a total of 30,000 middle-income housing units in eight new cities across the country, said a report.
The ministry has received approximately 41,000 applications for these un