#Al Hamra

SEVEN's entertainment destination in Al Hamra

Saudi Arabia’s SEVEN to invest SAR50bn to develop entertainment destinations in 14 cities

Construction on its first entertainment destination in Al Hamra district of Riyadh has begun

UAE Construction

Special report: How UAE’s construction sector is back to business

Prominent property developers across the UAE are announcing a slew of high-end mixed-use projects

Germany’s Deutsche Hospitality partners with Al Hamra

Deutsche Hospitality will manage Al Hamra Residences and Al Hamra Village Hotel, which will rebrand as Steigenberger Residences and MAXX by Deutsche Hospitality

Falcon Island by Al Hamra

Al Hamra unveils Dhs1bn Falcon Island residential project in Ras Al Khaimah

The North Island will be constructed in Phase 1 and will consist of 240 villas, ranging from two- to seven-bedrooms, with prices starting from Dhs1.2m

RAK’s Al Hamra earmarks Dhs1bn investment for five-year growth plan

Al Hamra’s growth plan includes enhancing its hospitality and retail offerings, and developing vertical and horizontal real estate assets

Al Hamra Village Ras Al Kaimah

RAK developer offers UAE residency with purchase of homes

Along with the 12-year residency visa, investors will also receive a business licence, an additional partner visa and a flexi-desk to conduct business

TOPSHOT - A worker wearing a hard hat walks past a mural in Dubai on June 3, 2020. - Shopping malls in Dubai will fully reopen for business on June 3, in the latest easing of COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions, the emirate's media office announced. The step makes the glitzy city-state the first in the Middle East to drop nearly all restrictions to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus that hit retailers and leisure activities. (Photo by Karim SAHIB / AFP) (Photo by KARIM SAHIB/AFP via Getty Images)

Messages from executives: How are regional offices reopening amid Covid-19 concerns?

With regional businesses now allowed to return back to offices, how are they handling the transition?