The 11th edition of Cityscape Qatar opened this week participated by leading real estate developers from Qatar, Bahrain, Cyprus, Jordan, Turkey, the UAE, and the UK.

The official opening this Tuesday, 24 October, was led by the Minister of Commerce and Industry, HE Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Bin Qassim Al Abdullah Al Thani, Minister of Municipality HE Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Bin Turki Al Subaie, and the newly appointed Chairman of Qatar Tourism, HE Saad Bin Ali Al Kharji.


In addition to participating businesses, Cityscape Qatar also features a Government Pavilion where visitors can engage with prominent organisations like Invest Qatar (Qatar’s Investment Promotion Agency), the Ministry of Justice, Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) and the Ministry of Interior. The pavilion is the go-to pavilion for the latest government initiatives and programmes, connecting with influential decision-makers, and delving into investment prospects in Qatar.

The exhibition also boasts an International Pavilion area where renowned international pavilions from India, Pakistan and Egypt are located. Visitors can explore the latest project developments beyond Qatar and see what other real estate assets are on offer.

Expert talks

Top speakers from the industry, including a special Women in Real Estate panel session powered by CityscapeWIRE were the highlights on Day 2, featuring exclusive discounts and offers from developers, a press conference by Qeitefan Projects, and other exciting announcements from participating real estate companies.

The event is also bringing the brightest minds in the Middle East’s real-estate community to discuss, collaborate and explore opportunities, trends and challenges within Qatar’s real-estate landscape.

Click here to view the full ‘Talks Agenda’.

Exciting announcements

UDC at Cityscape Qatar

United Development Company (UDC), the master developer of The Pearl and Gewan Islands, announced significant advancements in the development of Gewan Island. These exciting developments coincide with UDC’s showcase of Gewan Island, its flagship mixed-use destination. the island is set to redefine modern living in Qatar, offering an unmatched lifestyle enriched with smart city features and a strong commitment to sustainability.

This development promises long-term social and economic benefits for residents, visitors and businesses. Read the full article here.

JMJ Holding Cityscape Qatar

JMJ Group Holding also unveiled details of the 29-storey JMJ Waterfront Residences under development at the Lusail Waterfront District. According to JMJ Group Holding President Engineer Nasser Al Ansari, the ground-breaking development will be a testament to their commitment to innovation and progress and a showcase of the harmonious balance between urban convenience and natural beauty.

Learn more about the project here.

One more day to visit Cityscape Qatar 2023

The three-day Cityscape Qatar 2023 is held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC) alongside INDEX Design Qatar and The Big 5 Construct Qatar. The event showcases the latest in the real estate industry, with insightful seminars and panel discussions featuring experts and visionary speakers discussing the current trends, market insights and innovative practices within the real estate market.

Visitors are invited to register to get their free pass to the exhibition. For more information, visit

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