The demand for good quality housing across all price points in Abu Dhabi, UAE, is fiercer than ever as a rapid growth in the international work force has seen a 50 per cent population jump in the emirate over the last five years, said expe
Leading global players from the construction and property sector will discuss the new challenges facing Saudi Arabia’s real estate sector at the sixth Jeddah Urban Development and Real Estate Investment Event (Cityscape Jeddah 2015) next m
This year’s Cityscape Abu Dhabi is gearing up to host more than 130 exhibitors over 18,000 sq m of exhibition space, with an expected double-digit increase reflecting the steady growth of the UAE real estate market.
United Real Estate Company (URC), a leading real estate developer in the region, will be showcasing its key projects at the debut Cityscape Kuwait real estate expo which opens tomorrow (December 7).
One of the largest real estate
Leading construction and property firms will be in Kuwait for the inaugural edition of the renowned Cityscape real estate event which kicks off on December 7, said the event organisers.
The three-day exhibition is being organised
Leading construction and real estate firms are heading towards Kuwait for taking part in the debut Cityscape Kuwait, the latest from the renowned Cityscape portfolio of events, which opens its doors on December 7, said the event organisers.
There has been a noticeable shift in the profile of visitors to the recently concluded real estate event Cityscape in Dubai, with a marked increase in investors enquiring about property as an investment, said an industry expert.
The Cityscape Global 2014, which concluded yesterday (September 23) in Dubai, UAE, was a major success with leading developers showcasing projects worth billions of dirhams, before a record visitor turnout.
The event witnessed a 2
The Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets celebrated the best in global real estate development and architecture in a glittering ceremony held at the world’s tallest tower Burj Khalifa in Dubai, UAE, last night.
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More than 68 per cent of plots at the $2.5-billion Bahrain Bay waterfront development have been sold and many projects of third-party developers are nearing completion, said a report.
Bahrain Bay deputy chief executive Abdulla Al