RAK trio showcases key projects
Ras Al Khaimah, October 10, 2009
Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority (Rakia), Al Hamra Real Estate and Rakeen collectively showcased a selection of residential and mixed-use developments and attractive free-zone packages at the Cityscape Dubai.
The three entities had jointly booked 400 sq m of exhibition space at the entrance to Hall 5 of Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The trio held discussions with the investors on the onshore and offshore business solutions and also the rapidly growing global portfolio of real estate projects in 'one of the most exciting showcase presentations during the trade event.'
The objective, they said, was to leverage the growing global interest in the emirate as a leading business investment and tourism destination.
Among the key developments that headlined the exhibition were Al Marjan Island, the first man-made island in RAK; the Bab Al Bahr mixed-use development, Gateway City, Al Hamra Village mixed-use development, Rakia Amenities Centre, and various business opportunities within Rakia's free zone.
Dr Khater Massaad, CEO of Rakia, said, "We have developed a distinct and extensive exhibition area that will help visitors better appreciate the transformation of Ras Al Khaimah as a haven for sustainable development and an attractive lifestyle, tourism and business destination."
"Our participation at Cityscape is also part of our efforts to showcase the pristine natural beauty of RAK, where residents can enjoy the emirate's white sandy beaches, red desert dunes and majestic Hajjar mountains, while being in proximity to the comforts of state-of-the-art residential and commercial amenities."
"All our developments are located within a radius of 10 km, creating greater accessibility and flexibility to attend to various business, leisure and private activities," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
More Construction & Real Estate Stories
- 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
- $32m BFH car park work underway
- Bahrain awards $5.8m project tenders
- Spinneys to set up distribution centre at Kizad
- Dubai unveils $300m hitech 'green' city project
- Deyaar plans $245m Dubai complex
- IFA unveils $272m Dubai mixed-use project
- CBRE tops Fortune’s most admired firms list
- Kuwait's real estate sales hit $1.1bn in Jan
- Dubai RTA awards $27m roads contract