Cityscape Global prepares to host more than 200 exhibitors reflecting renewed investor confidence in Dubai real estate which stands to gain from a Dh50 billion ($13 billion) investment surge in 2012.
The 12th edition of Middle Eas
Qatar’s leading real estate and investment company Barwa is showcasing eight of its key local and international projects at the Cityscape Global 2012 in Dubai.
The Qatar-based projects being highlighted during the event incl
The Middle East region’s largest and most influential international real estate event, Cityscape Global opened its doors on Tuesday putting spotlight on exhibitor announcements and updates on the innovative projects from leading global dev
Dubai and the UAE in general remain highly attractive real estate business and investment locations compared to other developed markets, said Masood Al Awar, the CEO of Tasweek Real Estate Marketing and Development, ahead of the Cityscape Global
Top global and local property developers will share centrestage in Dubai, as the Middle East’s largest and most influential real estate event gets set to open its doors today (Tuesday) amid a 50 per cent jump in exhibitor participation.
Within a general atmosphere of improving investor confidence and an optimistic business outlook across the UAE, Dubai remains a more robust market, while Abu Dhabi is way behind its neighbouring emirate in terms of the timing of recovery, said a
Iraq is turning a sharp eye on Middle East real estate investors as it looks to produce some three million housing units over the next five years in a post-war zone that left much of the country’s infrastructure in tatters.
Damac Properties, a leading luxury developer, plans to provide five-star management and concierge service across with 4,000 hotel apartments under development by the end of 2013, said a senior official.
“The 4,000 units under deve
Qatar-based Barwa Real Estate Group, a leading investment company, will take part at the upcoming Cityscape Global 2012 in Dubai, a major international real estate and development event.
The event is scheduled to run from 2-4 October at
Cityscape Global, the Middle East’s largest and most influential international real estate event, is expected to grow by 25 per cent this year, as international developers from the world’s emerging markets look to the region for potential investor