The 16th edition of Cityscape Global is set to take place 11th-13th September at its usual abode, Dubai World Trade Centre. We’ve already given you a preview of this year’s event. But, today, we bring you a taste of the kind of residential developments you can expect to see from Abu Dhabi, Dubai, but also the UK, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Potential investors, take serious note – especially since, for the first time this year, you’ll be able to make a purchase on-site.
Note: some of the developers will offer special discounts for visitors of Cityscape Global 2017 during the event.
ABU DHABI – Aldar Properties PJSC
Trade Centre Arena – Stand SAA10
Aldar Properties is one of the leading developers in the capital. They’re the masterminds behind the iconic circular HQ building, the Gate Towers on Reem Island, the F1 circuit, and much more. This year at Cityscape Global, Aldar will showcase the stunning Water’s Edge.
Water’s Edge is a master-planned waterfront community comprising 2,255 premium homes on Yas Island’s eastern shore. If you’re interested in buying a property in Abu Dhabi, visit Aldar’s stand in the Trade Centre Arena and find out more.
UK – Elysian Real Estate & CBRE
Sheikh Saeed Hall 3 – Stand S3F01 (Elysian); Sheikh Saeed Hall 1 – S1H2O (CBRE)
Since Brexit and the weakening of the pound, investors from countries with currencies pegged to the US dollar, such as UAE and KSA, have been showing a lot of interest in UK property. Unsurprisingly, several London-set developments will be showcased at Cityscape, one of which is Paddington Gardens. The project will be represented by both Elysian Real Estate and CBRE.
Paddington Gardens is a residential development with a 1.04-acre landscaped garden within walking distance from Paddington station (easy access to Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines). Visit Elysian or CBRE and possibly acquire the ideal buy-to-let London apartment.
UK – Knight Knox
Sheikh Saeed Hall 3 – Stand S3B30
On the topic of the surge of interest in UK properties, the representatives of Cityscape Global have said that real estate firms will be advising interested visitors on how to enter the British market, in addition to showcasing projects. A Manchester-based company, Knight Knox, will be able to expand your investment horizons even further as their portfolio includes developments in London, but also Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield.
One of these projects is X1 The Landmark near Manchester city centre. The well-positioned residential development will provide a total of 191 apartments and townhouses ideal for letting out to young professionals which make out the bulk of Manchester’s population.
Dubai – Binghatti Developers
Hall 3 – 3D10
Binghatti Developers may not be a leader in estate provision just yet, but they’ve certainly become a viable alternative. Their list of awards includes Cityscape Global Award for Best High Rise Residential Building in the Built Category in 2016, the 2017 Gulf Real Estate Awards for Best Architecture Company in the Gulf, and the International Property Awards Best Architecture Award in the Arabia Region 2017-2018. This year at Cityscape, they’ll showcase Binghatti Stars.
Smack dab in Dubai Silicon Oasis, the Binghatti Stars project is a mixed development envisioned in a contemporary style with numerous leisure and recreation facilities nearby the newest line of Dubai Metro. It’s one of the more exciting Dubai-based projects at this year’s Cityscape.
SAUDI ARABIA – P & T ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS LTD.
Sheikh Saeed Hall 3 – S3C03
Since P & T opened their office in Dubai back in 2004, they have successfully run projects in UAE, Doha, Riyadh, KSA, Jordan, Baku, Thailand, and many other locations. If you visit them at Sheikh Saeed Hall 3, you can see what they’re currently building in in Dubailand, Jumeirah Village Circle, Palm Jumeirah, Al Reem Island, as well as locations outside of UAE. One of their developments getting showcased is the 70-storey Kempinski Burj Rafal tower in Riyadh.
The first 25 floors of the Kempinski Burj Rafal will be occupied by the world-famous Kempinski Hotel with its first-class serviced apartments. Then, a 6 -storey podium will feature a 2,000 sqm ballroom, a restaurant and sports facilities. The remaining floors will contain apartments, duplexes and a residence club floor.
TURKEY – Aremas Gayrimenkul Pazarlama Ve Danismanlık Hizmetleri Anonim Sirketi
Sheikh Saeed Hall 3 – S3D30
Aremas is your go-to developer for the Turkish estate market. They’ve got several projects in the pipeline, including the Rönesans Maltepe Project in the Anatolian side of the glorious Istanbul. A very investment-appealing project, it will comprise residences, offices, as well as a 55,000 square meter shopping mall.
In total, there will be 230 residence apartments with an outdoor swimming pool in the compound, as well as social hangouts and a direct entrance to the shopping mall. The development comprises 1+1, 2+1 and 3+1 apartments and Aremas promises a discount for visitors of Cityscape.
UAE – BAYUT.COM
Hall 4 – Stand 4F15
Lastly, Don’t forget to visit Bayut.com’s stand and our friendly staffers, to find out how you can easily get in touch with most of the developers and estate agencies exhibiting at Cityscape Global. The property portal has been collaborating with both the leaders and the beginners in the business with many projects already available for buying or renting on the website.
We hope you enjoyed our select list of developments and got a good taste of Cityscape’s global connectivity. For more information on Cityscape 2017 and how to plan your route, visit the organisation’s official website, www.cityscapeglobal.com. To browse properties across the UAE, as well as various developments in the UK, visit Bayut.com.