IMG Worlds of Adventure, the first mega-themed entertainment destination which is set to open in Dubai, has won the “Best Stand Design 2015” award from the Middle East Film and Comic Con (MEFCC) 2015.
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lyas and Mustafa Galadari, the owners of IMG Worlds of Adventure, the first mega-themed entertainment destination coming up in Dubai, UAE, reveiving the “Best Stand Design 2015” award at the Middle East Film and Comic Con (MEFCC) 201
The construction work at Juffair Heights, a freehold residential project being developed by Pegasus Real Estate in Bahrain, is in full swing and on schedule, said a report.
In a statement, Pegasus Real Estate said more than 2,000
A municipal council in Bahrain has said it will be forced to axe several public projects as a result of limited funding over the next two years.
The Muharraq Municipal Council held an urgent meeting yesterday (April 16) to discuss
Property and facility management firm Royal Ambassador has launched a new residential project at Amwaj Islands in Bahrain to capitalise on an upturn in interest for off-plan and pre-sale properties.
The 20-storey Ariva tower, costing
Leading regional developer Nakheel has witnessed strong demand for its Warsan Village project, a gated community of 934 homes under construction on the outskirts of International City in Dubai, UAE.
Warsan Village has become the t
Dubai Properties, a leading real estate developer, has started work on its Dh700-million ($190.5 million) Dubai Wharf project, a multi-storey mixed-use development located in Culture Village development in Dubai, UAE.
Oman government is set to award an engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contract for a major seawater supply project in the Duqm region of the sultanate, said a report.
The Special Economic Zone Authority at Duqm (Sezad)
Leading international property agency Chestertons is set to unveil a Dh3.4 billion ($925 million) London-based project by developers Mount Anvil at a key real estate exhibition to be held from April 13 to 15 in Dubai, UAE.
Oil majors may have slashed capital spending but national oil companies (NOCs) in the Middle East and North Africa show no sign of cutting investment, buoying oilfield services that the stock market has beaten down.