Banderas floored by Hydra projects
Dubai, October 11, 2008
Hollywood heartthrob Antonio Banderas visited the Hydra Properties Island at the Cityscape Dubai as a special guest of Dr Sulaiman Al Fahim, CEO of Hydra Properties.
The actor said: 'I'm very happy to be with Hydra Properties on this prestigious occasion. I should admit that Dr Al Fahim's pioneering efforts have emerged as talking points in Hollywood and his success story has enough ingredients to be a blockbuster movie.'
Dr Al Fahim said : 'I'm lucky to count Banderas as a special friend. It has been very thoughtful of him to visit Hydra Properties Island. I hope Banderas will have enough time to have a closer look at Hydra Properties' various ongoing projects in the UAE.'
Cityscape Dubai attracted the world's top regional and international institutional investors, real estate developers, governmental and development authorities, leading architects, designers, consultants and other senior professionals involved in the real estate industry.
Hydra Properties used the Cityscape Dubai platform to open registrations for its prestigious Al-Aqeeq Marina project in Khiran, Kuwait; Lahore Times Square in Pakistan and Hydra Tripoli Tower in Libya.
Hydra Properties attracted real estate investors through its innovative and iconic projects across the continents, stretching from Hydra Waves in Mexico to Al-Aqeeq Marina in Kuwait.
Hydra Properties' mantra is eco-friendly projects and Hydra Village in Abu Dhabi is a case in point for a successful Green Building initiative.
Hydra Properties' premier projects in the UAE include Hydra Avenue Towers, Hydra 55, Marina Spirit, Abu Dhabi Golf Walk, Hydra Corporate Towers, Hydra Heights, Hydra Downtown Towers Dubai, Hydra Towers Business Bay Dubai and Hydra Twin Towers, Jumeirah Village, Dubai.
The exhibition is also a unique platform to further enhance and support the vision for real estate growth in emerging markets to an international audience, highlighting revolutionary developments and iconic architecture. - TradeArabia News Service
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