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Top 5 projects to look out for at Cityscape 2018

The Cityscape Global Conference returns on 1 October 2018 at the InterContinental Dubai, Festival City, with a stellar programme of topics and speakers covering the full spectrum of real estate development. This exclusive event welcomed over 1200 participants in 2017, 51% of whom were C-level. The Conference encompasses three distinct programs: Investment and Development Market OverviewArchitecture and Design and, newly added for the 2018 edition, The Built Environment. Sessions are comprised of official keynotes, exclusive reports, expert panel discussions and case studies.

Dubai Holding:

Dubai Holding has not yet revealed its participation project in Cityscape, however we will all be in for a big surprise. It’s no secret that through strong joint venture partnerships with pivotal industry leaders across key sectors, Dubai Holding is actively contributing to further developing Dubai’s innovation-led, sustainable economy. So, we’re all waiting for the big reveal.

La Cote at Port De La Mer by Meraas:

A truly world class beachfront lifestyle and the first free-hold master community in Jumeirah.

Dragon Towers by Nakheel:

Nakheel has announced the AED 713 m construction of Dragon Towers, its new twin-building residential complex with a total development value of AED713 million, to be built at Dubai’s rapidly expanding Dragon City mixed-use community.

Mag Eye by MAG:

MAG EYE is a mixed use, residential community development project, located in Mohammed bin Rashid City – Meydan District 7. Built in close proximity to Meydan Racecourse, with easy access to Al Khail and Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Roads, MAG EYE is centrally located within a few minutes’ drive to major leisure and shop.

Azizi Riviera by Azizi:

Positioned in the prestigious Meydan One project, Azizi Riviera is set within a multiphase development of 35 buildings spread across four phases comprising 13 regions, a mega integrated retail district, luxury four- and five-star hotels and lush greenery.

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