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Cityscape Abu Dhabi shows new projects

UAE - April 17, 2019

Cityscape Abu Dhabi is putting a spotlight on the emirate’s real estate sector, which is being positively impacted by the Abu Dhabi government’s recent $13.6 billion economic stimulus package and new visa and business incentives.

More than 60 local, regional and international developers and suppliers are taking part in the exhibition, the 13th in the annual Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center (ADNEC) series until April 18, with many exhibitors unveiling new major projects. About 15,000 buyers and investors are expected to be held at Cityscape Abu Dhabi, under the patronage of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, with full spectrum projects covering purchasing power from luxury to more affordable options. Reasonable to meet the buyer’s preferences.

Among the exhibitor line-up are: Aldar, Azizi, ZonesCorp the show’s Platinum Sponsors, Imkan Properties, Arada, Bloom Holding, Binghatti, Wahat Al Zaweya Investment & Real Estate Development and Baniyas Investment & Development.

The exclusive, invite-only, Abu Dhabi Cityscape Conference, which will run tomorrow, and its associated free-to-attend Talks series, running April 17 and 18, will probe emerging real estate industry trends and how the sector’s role in the economic equation is changing.

The conference will also feature a dedicated ‘Daring to Disrupt’ segment, drilling down into the PropTech revolution, how AI and Blockchain are transforming many players in property management, construction, maintenance, land registration and legal services into high-tech ventures.

The Cityscape Talks platform includes seminars from experts who will outline how to maximise investments and identify market trends. For the first time, an architecture and design programme will run parallel to the Conference, which will ‘will give a platform to architects and planners to tackle major built environment issues, including sustainability.

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