Saudi Gazette: Cityscape Abu Dhabi launch platform for big real estate projects

18 April 2018

Saudi Gazette profiles ARADA ahead of this month's property show in the UAE capital

The 12th edition of Cityscape Abu Dhabi officially kicked off Tuesday, opening the doors to organizations keen to tap into an unrivalled audience of real estate investors from around the world, and many of the big names in the regional property industry.

Leading local and international developers, including Aldar Properties, Bloom Holding and IMKAN, were out in full force, displaying the latest developments and upcoming projects slated for the emirate.

Maan Al Awlaqi, Executive Director – Commercial, Aldar Properties, said: “Cityscape Abu Dhabi is our primary launch platform for flagship projects. The event enables us to showcase our latest developments to a captive audience of high caliber real estate investors, customers, and industry professionals alike. With the launch of our flagship project Alghadeer, we look forward to a busy three days of sales, networking and discussions.

Cityscape Abu Dhabi will run daily until April 19 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC), and is held under the patronage of Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.

Unveiling details on a range of mixed-use developments, Bloom Holding also showcased existing projects such as Bloom Heights and Bloom Towers in Dubai, and Park View and Soho Square in Abu Dhabi.

Sameh Muhtadi, CEO of Bloom Holding, said: “Our participation in Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2018 demonstrates the importance we accord to the local real estate market, even as we strengthen our presence in key international markets.

Cityscape provides us with an ideal platform to engage directly with local and international buyers who are interested in our diverse offering. We also look forward to meeting with our investors and sharing with them updates on the ongoing construction activities at our key projects.

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