The Bahraini investment company has acquired a portfolio of properties in the San Francisco Bay Area for $65 million.
Government-owned Dubai Group is currently reviewing the potential sale of the Manhattan-based property.
The UAE-based property developers are discussing ways to merge in a government-backed tie-up.
Dubai will soon welcome two large hotels located in close proximity. But will they be able to co-exist and attract enough demand?
The hotel group has 15,000 rooms under development in the MENA region and is planning further expansion.
The utilities unit of Drake & Scull International has won the Dhs100 million contract to set up a water system for a thermal power station in India.
The move makes the Abu Dhabi-based sovereign wealth fund one of the largest shareholders in Arabtec.
The mall is part of a mixed-use development project located in Bellevue, Washington, that Investcorp invested in five years ago.
Construction contracts worth $15 billion will be signed in the country this year according to Ventures Middle East.
The company’s plan to raise QAR160 million through a share issue had ended after an investor pulled out.
Do landlords in the UAE have a legal recourse to retrieve fees from absconding tenants?
The capital emirate’s initial plans are being redrawn with much longer completion dates announced.
The Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG), part of Australian firm Leighton, will work on the $1.3 bn Habtoor Palace project.
Saudi Arabia’s biggest property developer, Dar al-Arkan, plans to repay 3.7 billion riyals of debt this year, said CFO .
The New Economic Cities announced six years ago are yet to begin contributing to Saudi’s economy.
The company’s net profit in Q4 2011 increased by 161 per cent year-on-year.
Colorado-based CH2M Hill has won the FIFA World Cup construction management contract.
Tameer Princess Tower is the highest residential building on earth at 414 metres.
Qatar Nationals Hotels Company took over properties in Paris and Singapore.
Amid the Dubai real estate meltdown, UAE contractor Drake & Scull International is chasing growth in Saudi Arabia and Asia.
Brick by brick, Dubai hopes to lift itself out of the three-year property slump.
Kuwait’s housing slump will need more than a billion dollar government injection and structural issues must also be addressed.
With only around 10 per cent of Saudi’s currently owning their home, the new mortgage laws could be set to boost real estate firms, banks and society overall.
Gulf real estate players are pumping money into Lebanon and playing an ever-larger hand in the nation’s landscape.
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