Al Kharafi Group has launched its latest project 'Wadi Ghalib' residential resort at the Cityscape Exhibition at the Cairo International Convention Centre in Egypt.
The resort will offer a variety of re
Falconcity of Wonders, a leading property developer in Dubai, attracted a high number of potential investors during the three-day Cityscape Global 2015 in the emirate.
During his tour, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashi
Major developers from the UAE and around the world have launched a number of high-profile projects comprising leisure, hospitality, retail, commercial and residential components at the Cityscape Global expo in Dubai.
The expo, whi
MAG Property Development, the real estate development arm of UAE-based Moafaq Al Gaddah Group, is showcasing luxury, affordable and international projects worth Dh5 billion ($1.36 billion) at the ongoing Cityscape Global expo in Dubai, UAE.
Durrat Marina is expecting good response to its participation at Cityscape Global 2015. The Bahraini company, jointly developed by Inovest with a 60 per cent share and Durrat Khaleej Al Bahrain with a 40 per cent share equally shared by Kuwait
Meydan City Corporation has brought two of its major real estate developments to life in an interactive exhibition stand at Cityscape Global, the region’s premier property showcase event, which opened today in Dubai, UAE.
Luxury real estate developer Damac Properties has announced plans to launch the world’s first Bugatti-styled homes at the upcoming Cityscape Global exhibition in Dubai, UAE.
The exclusive limited edition collection called Et
Diyar Al Muharraq, one of the leading urban developers in Bahrain, is set to showcase its key projects at the upcoming Cityscape Global 2015 expo in Dubai, UAE.
The company will be offering visitors first-hand information and stat
International property agency Chestertons is set to unveil a series of luxury mixed-use developments by London’s leading developer St George at the upcoming Cityscape Global expo in Dubai.
‘The London Collection’
British investors are showing no signs of slowing down after pumping more than Dh4.7 billion ($1.27 billion) into the UAE real estate market in the first half of 2015, said a report.
According to the Dubai Land Department, the tot