Falconcity to showcase project model
Dubai, October 3, 2009
Falconcity of Wonders (FCW), a landmark development in Dubailand, will showcase a project model of the historical and modern icons of architecture from around the world at the upcoming property show Cityscape Dubai.
The icons will include The Pyramids, The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, The Eiffel Tower, The Taj Mahal, The Great Wall of China, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, and The Lighthouse of Alexandria.
The eighth edition of Cityscape Dubai, a business-to-business property show, will run from October 5 to 8 at Dubai International Exhibition Centre.
“Cityscape Dubai has become one of the main real estate shows in the region and we make sure that we take part in it every year,” said Salem Al Moosa, chairman and CEO of Falconcity of Wonders.
“Our participation in this year’s event reinforces our commitment to the show visitors who continue to attend this key exhibition from all over the world to receive the latest updates about our project.”
Occupying more than 40 million sq ft of land, Falconcity of Wonders is an integrated mega city shaped to represent the falcon, emblematic of the UAE's heritage.
The project will also feature famous international destinations such as Rome, Venice, Beirut, India, and New York.
The purpose-built community is divided into five phases, which will combine various commercial, residential, educational and leisure amenities with entertainment facilities, and include apartments, villas, schools, mosques, community centers, a shopping mall, hotels, restaurants, health clubs and spas, convenient stores and parks, in addition to a theme park.
Falconcity of Wonders is the first mega real estate project being developed by Falconcity of Wonders (FCW), a privately owned company that is part of the Salem Ahmad Al Moosa Enterprises. – TradeArabia News Service
More Construction & Real Estate Stories
- New Tekla software accelerates information flow
- Damac unveils first Trump Estates in ME
- GFH in key London property placement
- Green Valley unveils new UAE, Turkey projects
- Jotun colour collection tracks new trends
- RAK Properties to distribute $27.2m profit
- Top construction firms head to Bahrain
- Investors pull out of $65m Bahrain project
- Projects stalled in Bahrain due to 'mismanagement'
- Emaar rules out plans for new tall tower
- Barwa net profit surges 27.3pc
- RAK Properties adds new villas to Flamingo project
- Saudi launches housing scheme to ease shortage
- R&M wins Oman residential project contract
- Asian skyscraper prices tower over rest of the world
- Tamleek opens new office in Dubai
- $29m allocated for Bahrain drainage projects
- Indian group plans $300m Bahrain Bay investment
- Drake and Scull awards key supply contract
- FCC wins $702m Doha metro line contract
- SPF Realty sees Dubai project success
- Abu Dhabi set for big property show
- Aldar working on $1.5bn UAE housing projects
- Gulf Finance House to start $3bn Tunisia project
- Abu Dhabi to see 10pc surge in new homes
- Saudi construction sector booming on new contracts
- Emaar offers 330 apartments in MBR City
- Dubai Design District sees big demand
- HUGE DEAL: Arabtec inks $40bn Egypt housing project
- Galfar ex-CEO gets 15 years' jail over bribes