15th edition of the annual real estate Cityscape Global fair gathered in over 272 participants from 30 countries of Middle East and the rest of the world. The exhibition had it all to offer: from ultra-luxury spacious beachfront villas to sprawling gated communities.
As a rule, which has already become a tradition, the most awaited and the most outstanding projects in the field of real estate and infrastructure in Dubai and other countries are usually first presented here, at Cityscape Global. This year’s event has brought a whole bunch of property novelties worth the utmost attention. The first impression the visitors got was from Emaar Properties, who had announced its newest project even before the start of the exhibition, on Monday. It was Emaar South, a Residential District for 15,000 residents Emaar plans to build jointly with Dubai South. Besides, visitors also had an opportunity to explore another Emaar’s offer — residential complex The Tower in Dubai Creek Harbour.
A lot of attention was also brought to Palm 360, exclusive project by Nakheel, imexre.com has reported of in details recently. Two Palm 360 twin towers with hotel and residential apartments will be built on the outer Crescent of the Palm Jumeirah man-made island in Dubai.
And the project’s best part the developer has put emphasis on were 12 branded ultra-deluxe four-bedroom penthouses, six of which will have an area of more than 1000 square meters:
Another big launch, Dubai authorities also took part in, was the concept of transferring mega-scale project Mall of the World to another location with the construction of Jumeirah Central, a new green and sustainable “city within a city” in its place. Jumeirah Central is a very important infrastructure and residential project promoted by Dubai authorities. It will have a territory of 437 hectares and cost about USD 20 billion. For more details about the project, see our
Generally, the organizers of Cityscape Global 2016 noted that the event was held under the auspices of introduction of modern methods in property construction practicies and the widespread use of energy-saving and energy-generating sustainable technologies.
“Despite its relatively young age, Dubai has cemented itself as a leading financial hub and competitive tourist destination, offering people of diverse backgrounds a place to visit, work and live. This is strongly led by the government’s vision to rebrand and develop the emirate as a sustainable city of the future, built on cohesive and integrated societies and communities”, Dana Salbak, an associate partner at Knight Frank, commented on the event.