Leading regional developer Nakheel said hundreds of completed homes in Dubai, UAE, lay empty as the buyers who placed deposits on them years ago have not come forward.
Out of 9,000 homes built by the developer in Dubai across vari
Plans to bulldoze run-down houses in old Muharraq, Bahrain and replace them with 300 new government homes are underway.
Details of the pioneering project were revealed during a Muharraq Municipal Council meeting yesterday (April 5
Egypt's housing ministry and Dubai's Arabtec have agreed some of the terms for a $40-billion project to build one million homes across the country, and they will sign a final contract within 10 days, a ministry spokeswoman said on Tuesda
A Qatari official visiting a Gaza neighbourhood heavily bombed in last summer's war with Israel said on Tuesday the Gulf state had begun a project to rebuild 1,000 homes as part of a $1 billion aid pledge.
Mohammad Al Amadi, h
Egypt's housing minister said that talks with Dubai-listed Arabtec are continuing and that he hopes to reach a final deal on a plan to build a million homes before a March 13 to 15 investment conference in Sharm El-Sheikh.
Eagle Hills, an Abu Dhabi-based developer of international projects, plans to build a new city near Cairo, Egypt, with a large number of homes for low- and middle-income buyers, according to a report.
The project will be privately
WinSun Decoration Design Engineering, a China-based company behind the 3D printing house technology, has clinched a major 20,000-unit order from Egypt government, said a top official.
These houses are made using an exclusive print
Jumeirah Golf Estates, a premium residential golf community in Dubai, UAE, said it has signed an agreement with European Tour Properties network to become its official partner.
As host venue to the DP World Tour Championshi
The first phase of Ritaj Residential Project, being developed jointly by Blomivest Saudi Arabia and Maskan Arabia Real Estate Development Company in Riyadh, is 95 per cent complete, with delivery scheduled at the end of this month.
All new government homes in Bahrain could soon be specially equipped to cater to the needs of disabled tenants.
The Housing Ministry would have to instal special toilets, kitchens, doorknobs, lighting and other facilities dependin