Cityscape Abu Dhabi Sees Increase in Visitor Numbers

Cityscape Abu Dhabi Sees Increase in Visitor Numbers
20 April 2017 -
  • Cityscape Abu Dhabi Sees Increase in Visitor Numbers
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Cityscape Abu Dhabi has actually seen a 10% increase in visitor numbers on the opening day of the program, year on year, as financiers flocked to get the exclusive deal and payment plans being provided by the exhibiting firms.

Middle East financiers were joined by those from India, Pakistan, Russia, Turkey, UK and much more, filling up the halls of the capital's biggest realty event, which ends today (Thursday 20 April) at the Abu Dhabi National Event Centre.

Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Royal prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Army, a solid international presence has actually been enhanced at the three-day program as 13 various countries were stood for across the 18,000 sqm offered out exhibition area.

Azersun Holding from Azerbaijan were offering an exclusive promotion to Cityscape Abu Dhabi site visitors providing 20% discount available for sale made on their 330 hectares mixed-use project, Dreamland Baku Golf Villas & Residences.

Bahar Duzgun, Sales and Advertising Manager, Dreamland Baku Golf Villas & Residences stated: "We are seeing a significant increase in GCC people wanting to spend, especially UAE nationals. There are great deals of cultural similarities, we are easily situated and Baku is a risk-free and tidy location with lots of points to do, therefore it is no surprise that it is becoming a prominent location.

" This is our second participation at Cityscape and it is the best platform for us to reach out to potential financiers and showcase our unique project. We are slowly placing Baku on the map and we are certain that our Dreamland Baku Golf Villas & Residences will certainly go to the heart of this."

Ensuring luxury was at the top of the top priority list, Turkish exhibitors were out in full pressure, showcasing a variety of jobs in prime locations throughout the nation.

Mounis Akkad, General Manager, Liderlik Growth said: "This is our very first time taking part in Cityscape Abu Dhabi and we have gotten an actually favorable response. The funding has monetary capabilities and the security needed to urge residents, both nationals and expats to take one progression and purchase a building, particularly overseas.

" We have received a lot of interest in our two tasks, which are valued in between USD$ 2,000 to USD$ 4,000 each square metre, and the drop of the Turkish lira and the favorable advantages put in place by the government to help with overseas acquisitions have certainly made Turkey an eye-catching possibility for international investors."

With numerous new go for the 3 day program, leading designer Eagle Hills exposed their latest UAE project in Fujairah.

Low Ping Chief Executive Officer of Eagle Hills said: "Our engagement in Cityscape this year noted the introduce of our second mixed-use project in the UAE, Fujairah Beach which includes The Royal residence, a luxury five-star hotel and 84 vacation homes providing special services within Fujairah City. We securely believe that we are providing a new the home of residents and site visitors and a perfect entrance for holidays to the hotel's guests. This belongs to our new method in creating the Northern Emirates."

In other news, Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) made an official agreement with the UAE's leading building companies, dedicating them to a major community campaign for many years of Providing 2017. Nine realty programmers will contribute a collective total of 3.23 million AED in constructing features to benefit the capital's communities, such as mosques, public parks, pathways, play areas and sporting activities facilities throughout Abu Dhabi, along with honour UAE's Martyrs.

The 11th version of the program saw Cityscape Abu Dhabi Seminar return, bringing thousands of delegates and industry specialists with each other to look at Location Abu Dhabi and the impact of free zones in the capital.

Cityscape Talks also proved a popular hit this year, as the new, free to go to attribute saw visitors, capitalists and customers join on the program floor to talk about the real estate industry and the future direction of the market.

The 12th edition of Cityscape Abu Dhabi goes back to ADNEC next year from 17-19 April 2018. To learn more on Cityscape Abu Dhabi, browse through www.cityscapeabudhabi.com or call +9714 336 5161.

Subtitles: Cityscape Abu Dhabi comes to a close today as site visitor numbers boosted on the opening day by 10% in the middle of a correcting real estate market.