Emiratis accounted for Dh12.54 billion ($3.41 billion) or 66 per cent of the total Dh19 billion ($5.1 billion) pumped into Dubai’s real estate market by GCC nationals in the first half of 2014, sending a message across the world that the r
Construction of the Mall of Qatar is on schedule and the mega project is expected to open in the last quarter of 2015, it was revealed at the Cityscape Qatar, which opened in Doha today.
Mall of Qatar will be a “a super regi
Mall of Qatar, which will be the largest shopping mall in the country when it opens in the last quarter of 2015, has announced that it will finalise over 70 per cent of its leasing by October 2014 with most of its key strategic agree
Chesterton, a leading international property agency, is set to unveil ‘The London Collection,’ a series of luxury mixed-use developments by St. George, at a key expo in Qatar next month.
Established in 1805, Chesterton
United Development Company (UDC), a leading Qatari Shareholding Company and the master developer of The Pearl-Qatar, is set to take part as a Foundation Sponsor in Cityscape Qatar 2014.
The exhibition will run
Arabtec Properties, a subsidiary of Arabtec Holding, said it has received overwhelming response from investors during its debut show at recent Cityscape Abu Dhabi.
The eighth annual edition of the exhibition was held from April 22
The eighth edition of Cityscape Abu Dhabi opened today with more than 120 regional and international exhibitors showcasing their projects.
The event was opend by Sheikh Hazza bin Zayed Al Nahyan, national security advisor and vice
Arabtec Holding, a leading engineering and construction group of companies, is showcasing projects worth Dh14 billion ($3.8 billion) at Cityscape Abu Dhabi, through its newly launched subsidiary, Arabtec Properties.
Arabtec Holding, a leading UAE-based engineering and construction group of companies, has announced that its newly launched subsidiary, Arabtec Properties, will showcase a series of under construction and planned projects at the Cityscape Abu Dh
Changing regulations, the removal of rental price caps, and the rising demand are all responsible for Abu Dhabi’s residential rental yields, said an industry expert, adding that lenders were set to benefit from the positive investor sentim