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Dubai-based Indigo Properties has announced the completion and delivery of units in Indigo Spectrum One, a prestigious residential development located in the Commercial Business District of International City in the UAE emirate.
An investment of about Dh120bn may be made for development of UAE airports to meet the growing passenger demand and for cargo shipment.
More than 300 new jobs have opened up in Al Futtaim Group across its various business divisions.
The 16th edition of the Indian Property Show featuring real estate projects from India will open today in Dubai, featuring a range of the latest properties by more than 150 real estate developers from India.
The worlds first integrated purpose-built sports city, namely, the Dubai Sports City, announced that work on its new residential, commercial and sport facilities are progressing as scheduled.
Emphasizing on Vision 2021, the countrys strategy which gives top priority to happiness and welfare of UAE residents and nationals, HH Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, affirmed that the country will continue to invest in qualitative development and value-added projects that ensure quality lifestyle for its nationals, residents and visitors alike.
The developers in Dubai have come up with several off-plan launches in the second quarter this year, and the months April and May have been the busiest ever-since the real estate market picked up post 2011.
A leading real estate developer, Dubai Properties has revealed plans to unveil its latest townhouses project at Mudon community in Dubai, featuring modern design elements with a light and modern colour scheme.
The worlds largest annual airport show concluded successfully in Dubai this week, with the B2B platform witnessing strong industry engagement, and involving participation of more than 8000 professionals at the event.
Damac Properties, the lead real estate developer said that work on its Paramount Hotels and Resort project at Burj Area of Dubai is moving ahead at a good pace, and 60 percent of the superstructure is already completed.
Salary hikes for most UAE employees will be nominal this year, although for certain sectors, the staff is likely to get better hikes than others.