Cityscape briefs

Around 65 per cent of respondents cited the UAE as the most attractive option in the Middle East, while 64 per cent believe Dubai is a prime city to buy property in the regionImage Credit: Courtesy of Emaar

Bloom Heights

Bloom Properties has unveiled Bloom Heights in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC). Bloom is also presenting its portfolio of residential projects across the region, including the Stella Maris Tower in Dubai Marina.

Deyaar projects

The Atria, a mixed-use project comprising a residential tower and a hotel apartment tower in Business Bay, is headlining Deyaar Development’s exhibition. Also on display areMontrose in Dubai Science Park and Midtown in Dubai Production City.

Dukes Dubai update

Seven Tides is presenting updates on its new luxury hospitality and residential portfolio, Dukes Dubai, and its high-end collection of Palm Jumeirah apartment developments. The company said Dukes Dubai, which is located on the trunk of the Palm Jumeirah, is now more than 83 per cent complete and on schedule for handover in the fourth quarter.

270-degree viewing room

Emaar has put up a 270-degree viewing room for visitors. The Vista Room will feature a 270-degree LED screen displaying aerial videos of Dubai Creek Harbour, Dubai Hills Estate and Downtown Dubai. The Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour (pictured, above left) will take centre stage at the Emaar stand, which will feature a model of the development.

Sun and Sand develops Dh500k two-bedders

Sun and Sand Developers is presenting its groundbreaking affordable housing project, Sun Beam Homes, which offers two-bedroom apartments for as low as Dh525,000. “It is a first for Dubai to introduce such pricing,” the company said in a statement. Prices start at Dh385,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. The project is located in Dubai Industrial Park and is scheduled for delivery in December next year.

Cityscape survey shows investor preference

A survey of home buyers and investors across the GCC and Egypt has shown that real estate is the preferred investment. The Real Estate Barometer study, conducted by global market research company YouGov in partnership with Cityscape Global, revealed that more than half of respondents (54 per cent) choose real estate as their preferred investment category, followed by stocks (13 per cent) and precious metals (11 per cent). Around 65 per cent of respondents cited the UAE as the most attractive option in the Middle East, while 64 per cent believe Dubai is a prime city to buy property in the region.

Al Mouj Muscat

Al Mouj Muscat (pictured left) in Oman is being presented at the Majid Al Futtaim stand. The lifestyle destination offers 100 per cent freehold ownership with residency for owners and immediate family.

London City Island

Chestertons Mena is showcasing the London City Island, which will have 1,706 apartments, 4,502 sq m of office space and 1,852 sq m of retail in London.

French Riviera homes

Core Savills has unveiled Parc du Cap, a Dh750-million project on the French Riviera by Caudwell Collection, to Middle East investors. The residential and spa project comprises 88 apartments.

Source: Property Weekly

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