With contracts worth $5.4 billion awarded for UAE residential projects in the first half of 2014, business experts say prominence on planning and design is the key to sustaining main property investment, while Dubai leads the Arab world as a model for upcoming cities.
The architects will be among more than 250 exhibitors taking part in the 13th edition of Cityscape Global from September 21 to 23 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The new edition has grown 20% compared to the prior edition.
With the restored investor confidence in the real estate market, competition between developers is fiercer than ever and the emphasis on excellent design couldn’t be higher.
The developer community is now far more established and advanced than during the last property boom, and they have to look at a whole basket of reasons based on the background, circumstances and place in which a development sits. It’s necessary that new buildings give a pleasing, attractive and user-friendly way of life recommendations
The level of thorough planning which is going into projects to guarantee they are genuinely practical in the long-term is one of the most satisfying features of the present realty market revival.
Encouraged by the Dubai Land Department, Cityscape Global is the yearly conference point for key real estate investors, architects, investment promotions authorities, designers, developers and other realty professionals to urge progress in real estate investment and development across emerging markets internationally.