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Dubai will host the Outdoor Design and Build Show tomorrow, which is a dedicated global platform in the Middle East region which caters to the whole range of hard and soft landscape products and services.
Leading regional developer Nakheel, unveiled a range of new retail, residential and leisure developments in Dubai, spanning a total built-up area of more than 23 million sq.
The UAE has begun implementing international building codes for healthcare facilities with particular focus on planning and designing aimed at creating world-class medical infrastructures in the country, a report said.
The Dubai Municipality will begin working on a new Mini World Park, designed to reflect replicas of famous monuments from across the world, once its location is finalized, a senior government official said.
Leading Dubai-based real estate developer, Lootah Real Estate Development has announced few competitive payment plans for both UAE nationals and expatriates who plan to invest in its Shamal Terraces and Residences Project.
The Global Village is heading towards conclusion of another successful season, and with more than five million visitors being welcomed in its 19th edition, the event is likely to draw curtains on 11th April, after an eventful year.
The mega tenders awarded in 2014, and those still underway, are the ones keeping the construction sector ticking in Dubai, while also compensating for any sluggishness in awarding the projects this year.
The Dubai Investments Park (DIP) has announced more than 1,150 housing units, including townhouses, single, double, and triple bedroom and studio apartments that are now under construction within the development.
The Dubai Municipality is in the process of finalizing design consultant for Aladdin City, an iconic project in Dubai, which draws inspiration by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad.
According to analysts in Dubai, 2015 may be the best time after so many years in the past, to invest in Dubai real estate, given, the comparatively low property prices and the slight decline in home loan rates.
The aviation sector in the UAE will witness strong growth over the next five years, with passenger traffic expected to jump up by 70 percent, which makes UAE the biggest aviation hub in the world.