After a good level of activity in 2016, Dubai’s real estate market is expected to pick up in 2017 and continue on an upward trend as the city marches toward Expo 2020. Several residential developments are on the horizon, many of them offering studio apartments to cater to single young professionals, a market segment that
Business Bay was originally designed to be the heart of commerce in Dubai, but things took a slightly different track after the economic upset of 2008. This mixed use development has seen rising popularity as a residential area in the last five years. It’s easy to see why. As a commerce district, Business Bay is
Business Bay, which was originally conceived as a central business hub, has in recent years started building a solid reputation as a residential community as well. Several property developments have started coming up in the past few months, and a vast majority of them are residences, including the Elite Business Bay residence. The Business Bay
Italy brings me good fortune,” says Samir Salya, chairman of Reign Holdings, the parent company of developer Arthur and Hardman that has announced plans to build 10 different towers in Dubai in the next year. Not surprisingly, the buildings will be named after Italian cities. The developer recently launched Milano by Giovanni Boutique Suites, a
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Are Hotel Apartments a good buy? Investing in real estate has been a traditionally lucrative investment option and in Dubai, the trend of investing in Hotel Apartments is on the upside and fairly popular with the Expo2020 coming up and Dubai being a popular tourist destination. What are Hotel Apartments? Serviced apartments or Hotel Apartments
Developer gung-ho about demand for hotel apartments in JVC Up-and-coming communities in Dubai such as Al Furjan, Dubai Sports City and Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC) are turning into hubs for serviced apartments. Proximity to the Expo 2020 site and fast-developing infrastructure are attracting value-conscious investors who are promised healthy returns in the range of nine
Throughout 2016, investors belonging to India, United Kingdom and Pakistan topped the list of the biggest non-Gulf international investors in Dubai’s realty sector. Indians remained the top realty investors in the first half of 2016 by investing AED7.27 billion in Dubai’s real estate. They were followed by British investors who invested around AED4bn. Meanwhile, Pakistani
Dubai Investments Park (DIP), the largest integrated commercial, industrial and residential community in the Middle East, is fast emerging as the preferred destination for businesses and residents alike, in view of its proximity to Dubai World Central, Dubai South and the Expo 2020 site. An indication of this is the increase in the number of
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman of Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), laid the foundation stone of Silicon Park, the first integrated smart city project at the hi-tech park. The development will span 150,000 square metres (sqm) and be constructed at a cost of Dh1.3 billion.
Milano by Giovanni Boutique Suites is ideally located in Jumeirah Village Circle, which is the heart of new Dubai. It’s minutes away from the airport, leading malls and entertainment zones. Refined Italian taste, Sheer luxurious living standards. The Giovanni Boutique Suites encompass an exclusive collection of high-end properties, designed & styled by master Italian artists.
Al Falak Residences is conveniently located in Dubai silicon Oasis, overlooking the academic city and next to the new community retail center. Being located close to one of the entrances of DSO, the building has a quick in-out access to Al-Ain Road, Shk Mohd Bin Zayed Road and Emirates Road. Under Development by Muhammad Nasser