Saudi group to unveil key housing projects
Riyadh, April 21, 2012
Mizat Development Company, a leading Saudi real estate company, is set to showcase its major housing projects at the upcoming 'Riyadh Exhibition for Real Estate and Urban Development 2012 (Restatex 2012).'
The Saudi group said it plans to introduce its Darat Al-Hada project, which is located in one of the finest residential neighborhood in Riyadh, having 98 housing units on an area that exceeds 40,000 sq m.
The project will be implemented in two phases. The phase I consists of 48 housing units, its area ranges from 325 - 665 sq. m., while the second phase consists of 50 housing units.
The exhibition will be held from April 29 to May 2 at Riyadh Convention and Exhibition Center.
Mizat Development Company CEO Abdulraheem Al Towaijri, said: “Restatex 2012 is considered an ideal platform for establishing contact with real estate development companies and investors. This event helps in highlighting high investment opportunities in Saudi Arabia and the region.'
'We are confident that the exhibition will provide investors with the latest information about our diverse projects portfolio and encourage them to be part of it too,' he added.
Annually, the expo attracts more local and international attention to real estate sector in the Kingdom.
'This would allow us to present new projects and confirm our efforts to be the most trusted and confident real estate partner.'
'We will focus our attention on this upcoming exhibition to present our development works in “Darat Al-Hada” project in Riyadh and our company’s commitment to build and implement housing units in accordance with the engineering and construction quality standards,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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