Realtors to meet at Limitless project
Dubai, June 13, 2011
CoreNet Global Middle East Chapter will hold its latest seminar and networking event tomorrow (June 14) at The Galleries, the flagship project of Limitless, a Dubai-based real estate development company.
Around 30 CoreNet Global members will meet at The Galleries’ A-grade commercial buildings, where more than half of the available office space is now leased.
The group, including architects, project managers, agents and engineers will discuss the latest corporate real estate trends and opportunities in the UAE and across the region during the event, which is entitled “Qatar Real Estate - Market Evolution”.
“The Galleries is one of Dubai’s fastest growing business communities, and an increasingly popular venue for corporate events and exhibitions. We’re delighted to welcome CoreNet Global and its members here today, and to showcase our flagship project to the region’s key figures in corporate real estate,” said Bahaa Abouhatab, project director at The Galleries.
Elliott Lewis, co-chair of CoreNet Global Middle East Chapter, said: “We are grateful to Limitless for kindly hosting our latest Chapter event at The Galleries.”
“Qatar is very important economically and politically in the Middle East, and it will be interesting to learn more about this evolving commercial market and the opportunities and implications for occupiers in the region.”
The Galleries, on Sheikh Zayed Road, features four office towers with780,000 sq ft of total space.
There is also 68,000 sq ft of retail space, where several restaurants, retailers and international banks are open or being fitted out, plus a landscaped outdoor plaza spanning 215,000 sq ft. – TradeArabia News Service
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