Saudi property developer Tanmiyat Group has handed over keys to 184 villas completed in the first phase of the much-delayed Living Legends project at Dubailand, UAE.
In September, the developer said that it would deliver all 500 o
Tanmiyat, a Saudi property developer, will be spending Dh800 million ($218 million) this year to complete its projects that were stalled in Dubai, UAE, following the 2008 real estate market crash, said a report.
Saudi-based investment and real estate developer Tanmiyat said it remains financially stable and is currently focusing on other developments in the Mauritania and Sudan.
Tanmiyat was the Foundation Sponsor this year of the recently conclud
Bahrain-based Tanmiyat Aloula Holdings is planning to set up a $200 million photovoltaic power plant that uses photovoltaic devices or 'solar cells' to convert sunlight into electricity.
It will include a research and training cent
The Arabian Sugar Company (ASC), promoted by Tanmiyat Aloula Holdings - a Bahrain firm focusing on investments in the industrial sector, will build a BD56.7 million ($150m) sugar plant to produce 585,000 tonnes of sugar a year.
Tanmiyat, a Saudi-based investment company and real estate developer, has launched the customer site visit program for its flagship development Living Legends.
To date, 10 per cent of the villa owners have visited the development to observ
Saudi-based real estate developer Tanmiyat said 70 per cent of the owners of its 'Living Legends' villas in Dubai are satisfied with the developer’s performance, communication strategy and project status.
The remaining 30 per cent are
In an effort to broaden its investment portfolio and seek new investment opportunities around the world, Tanmiyat was the gold sponsor for the Second International Conference on Foreign Investments in Tirana, Albania, recently.
Tanmiyat has revealed the details of a new payment plan for all of its developments in the UAE including its flagship project 'Living Legends'.
The new plan for Tanmiyat’s customers was drafted in consultation with several investor
Saudi-based developer Tanmiyat, which has projects worth about $2.2 billion in the UAE, expects to resume suspended developments in 2010, a company executive said on Tuesday.
Like many developers across the Gulf Arab region, Tanmiyat put s