Qatar Real Estate News
Cityscape Qatar 2015 to unveil galore of investment opportunities
One of the leading real estate development and investment events, Cityscape Qatar 2015, will be unveiled on 11th May, under the patronage of Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, at the Doha Exhibition Centre.
The high-profile exhibition spanning three days will display a range of real estate investment opportunities and services to private and professional investors from across the globe.
Cityscape would be a gathering of all professionals in real estate industry, apart from architects, managers, financiers, urban planners, designers, stadium designers, developers, service providers, government and regulatory officials, senior executives in construction of public and private real estate developments.
Several projects are to be discussed during the event, and plans are underway for major projects in Qatar such as the Qatar Rail project, hotels, and state-of-the-art stadia developed ahead of World Cup 2022.
Just as in the previous years, this year too, there will be projects by Barwa, Ezdan, United Development Company, and Msheireb Properties.
Speaking about Cityscape, the Group Director, Deep Marwaha, said that Cityscape is world’s leading portfolio of real estate events, offering opportunity for attendees and exhibitors to get together and ensure that their brands and projects are seen by influential stakeholders, with the government embarking on several real estate, construction and infrastructure projects.
The event allows visitors and delegates to engage in a dynamic environment. Cityscape is one of the largest real estate events to be held in the country, and builds on the success of previous events. The three-day exhibition will include panel discussion and presentations, apart from several landmark deals to be signed throughout Cityscape Qatar 2015. This year too, the annual Qatar Real Estate Summit to Doha will be held during the event from 11th to 13th May 2015 at the Exhibition Centre.
Posted on 25/3/2015
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