DPG gets big response at Cityscape
Dubai, October 7, 2010
Dubai Properties Group (DPG), a member of Dubai Holding, said it received an overwhelming response at Cityscape Global 2010 as visitors acknowledged its diverse range of developments and the quality of offerings.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, visited the DPG pavilion on the second day of the exhibition and was briefed on the progress of various developments.
During the event, the developer also announced the completion and handover of four major projects in the coming year including, Bay Avenue, Remraam and the first JBR Beach Club. In addition, The Villa Phase 2 will be handed over by the end of 2010, taking the total number of developments in the market from DPG to 20, it said.
The seven communities DPG delivered over the past year include The Villa Phase 1, Executive Towers, Ghoroob, Layan, Al Waha, Nuzul, and Shorooq. The developer exceeded its own benchmark by delivering seven projects, instead of the six announced at Cityscape 2009.
Other announcements from DPG at Cityscape Global 2010 included the commencement of leasing at Ghoroob Mirdif and the launch of a comprehensive new fall leasing campaign. With a dedicated new customer service line 800-DPG along with a new website, DPG has delivered an increased focus on customer service, it said.
“Both DPG and our subsidiary Salwan, received a large volume of enquires for our communities across Dubai. We hope our participation has contributed to renewing the confidence in Dubai’s real estate market,” said Khalid Al Malik, Group CEO, DPG.
Cityscape Global 2010 was held from October 4 to 7 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre. – TradeArabia News Service
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