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More than 8000 attendees throng Cityscape Qatar 2017

Cityscape Qatar 2017 is one of the leading real estate and investment exhibitions in the country. Its sixth edition which just concluded yesterday saw participation of more than 8000 within first two days of the three-day event.

About 85 leading real estate companies from 25 countries, including UK, Qatar, Pakistan, Turkey, UAE, Italy and Azerbaijan participated in the event.

The event also witnessed several landmark deals and new project launches. Retaj, one of the leading real estate companies in Qatar, featured major investment and marketing projects at the expo, including the Retaj Energy Building at Lusail City, Mesaimeer Hotel Apartments, Khadizah two-star hotel properties, luxury residential apartments in Lusail City, Mesaimeer Hotel Apartments, Khadizah two-star hotel properties, luxury residential apartments in Lusail City, and Alwaab hotel in Al Sadd are among the properties displayed.

Retaj also displays three new hotels – Retaj Al Rawda, Retaj Msheireb and Retaj Salwa Resort and Vichy Spa, to open in Qatar soon.

The Director of Cityscape Exhibition, Ahmed Zakaria, emphasized the importance of offering diverse range of projects and information on real estate sector to ensure that it appeals to a wide range of people.

This has been evident this year with our packed out conference, and balanced mix of local and international projects and companies on display. This year’s event was an increasingly international affair with properties on the display from Turkey, Italy, Cyprus, Qatar, the US, the UAE, Pakistan and the UK.




Posted on 16/3/2017

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