The UAE-based Al Habtoor Group is studying the possibility of building in Cairo, Egypt, a project similar to its Al Habtoor City that is coming up in Dubai.
Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, said: “I
Khalaf Ahmad Al Habtoor, chairman of the Al Habtoor Group, has announced that he is embarking on a new area of business -- producing Hollywood films.
“We are in the pre-production stage of two Hollywood films. We have been w
Al Habtoor Motors, the exclusive distributor of Mitsubishi vehicles in the UAE, has opened a new showroom complex for the brand in Al Ain, UAE.
The new complex features Mitsubishi passenger vehicles and also hosts a dedicated afte
Dubai family-owned conglomerate Al Habtoor Group has cast doubt over plans for an imminent initial share sale but expects revenues to more than double over the next five years helped by strong local economic growth, its chairman said on Tuesday.
Khalaf Al Habtoor, the chairman of UAE conglomerate Al Habtoor Group, is close to purchasing the 310-room President Abraham Lincoln Hotel, a DoubleTree by Hilton property, located in the heart of Springfield at Illinois (US), said a report.
Gulf Landscape & Irrigation Systems (Glis) was recently awarded the hotel and garden landscaping project for the St. Regis Hotel in Al Habtoor City, Dubai.
Glis, a subsidiary of Al Khayyat Investment (AKI) Contracting, estimat
Khalaf Al Habtoor, the chairman of UAE conglomerate Al Habtoor Group, is leading a consortium of Middle Eastern businessmen to buy landmark hotels such as Grosvenor House, Claridges and the Berkeley, in London, said a report.
The Al Habtoor Group, a leading UAE-based conglomerate, has appointed Asteco as the sole leasing agent for its new ‘Al Habtoor City’ three residential towers which is due to open in 2016.
A multi-use development, Al Ha
Dubai-based Al Habtoor Group, which today launched its $3 billion Al Habtoor City, revealed that the project's residential offering will include 11 super-luxury penthouses, two of which will be VIP/Presidential-style.
Family-owned Dubai conglomerate Al Habtoor Group said on Monday that it was launching a $3 billion real estate development in the emirate that would include 3,000 hotel and residential units as well as a water-themed theatre.