Landmark deals were made with a number of new projects unveiled for the first time on day two of Cityscape Qatar 2017. Eighty-five exhibitors from 25 countries such as Qatar, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Pakistan, UAE, Italy and Azerbaijan participated this year. 

Qatar’s leading project management consultancy firm, ASTAD showcased its premier services and projects – World Cup Stadiums in preparation for FIFA World Cup 2022 –  while demonstrating its expertise in the construction industry. ASTAD CEO Ali al Khalifa said they were delighted to be part of the event. He said that he found in the exhibition a great opportunity to share their contribution on some of the most complex infrastructural projects.

Joining ASTAD, Bandary Real Estate also displayed a number of high-profile projects, including three new ones with Al Swida Village, residential apartments located in the up-and-coming Al Thumama area; Al Shahed Tower, hotel apartments located in West Bay, Doha and Lusail Azure Tower, serviced apartment located in the beach-side city of Lusail. Bandary unveiled for the first time its most recent Millennium residential property located in Porto Arabia at the Pearl-Qatar, which boasted of stylish designs and  luxurious lifestyles.

Kleindienst, an established real estate and property developer and the biggest European real estate company in Dubai also participated in this year’s exhibition, showcasing ‘The Heart of Europe’ project, a cluster of islands on ‘The World Island’ in Dubai, which will have 14 hotels and resorts and many other features never seen anywhere else in the world.

Aristo Developers, a reputable developer with over 3 decades of infrastructure experience throughout Cyprus and Greece, showcased several large scale projects including the Aphrodite Waterpark, the International School of Paphos, and the Kings Avenue Mall – the most contemporary shopping mall on the island of Cyprus.

Speaking on behalf of Copperstones International Properties London, Hitesh Patel, Marketing Executive for the company said that he is proud and excited to partner with Battersea Power Station Development Company in bringing the Battersea Power Station project to Cityscape Qatar.

Among key projects that were also on display was the Dreamland Country & Life, a unique lifestyle project in Azerbaijan, constructed on 330 acres in Baku, with 394 fully-renovated luxury residences and 7 different types of luxury villas offering an exclusive life style.

Running in parallel to Cityscape Qatar 2017, two key content-rich events, including the Cityscape Qatar Conference which was supported by Gold Sponsors Kohler and Regus, featured an industry led panel discussion to examine the role of real estate in achieving Qatar’s long term goals.

Cityscape Qatar Talks, a series of free-to-attend seminars for industry professionals and members of the public interested in learning the secrets of profitable real estate investment also took place during the exhibition. Cityscape Qatar Talks provided attendees with insights on a number of wide ranging topics, including ‘Trends and Outlook’ as well as ‘Investment Hotspots’ particularly focused on Qatar, the UAE, Turkey, the UK and US real estate sectors.

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