Five real estate projects are set to make Qatar look like the future!

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Cityscape Qatar is the leading annual international real-estate investment event. A few months ago, it brought together investors, developers, home-buyers, government officials and real estate professionals to showcase the best in luxury property and real estate investment opportunities both in Qatar and in the rest of the world.

The 4-day event concluded earlier this year and it saw scores of visitors who caught a glimpse of some of the country’s future projects expected to transform the skyline of Doha. The exhibition saw top local and international developers come out in full force to showcase their new flagship projects to the public for the first time. 

This year’s edition saw the signing of several agreements on notable projects, including the deal brokered between Qatar Rail and QNB, Ooredoo, and Qatar Insurance Group. The show also witnessed a strong presence from Turkish developers, who displayed a multitude of real estate opportunities, from residential to retail. Cityscape Qatar also brought together heavyweight industry stakeholders from Georgia, Cyprus, the US, Pakistan, and the UK.

 

Among the most gigantic and exciting projects launched and showcased at this year’s Cityscape Qatar included:

1.Gewan Island

United Development Company (UDC) propelled Gewan Island at the current year's Cityscape Qatar, an undertaking which ranges crosswise over 400,000 sqm. Anticipated that would be finished by 2021, Gewan Island will suit 3000 inhabitants and 6000 guests, and incorporates 611 units, including 558 condos, 26 waterfront manors, 21 beachfront estates, 6 island manors, 20,000 sqm of retail and F&B space, an amusement stop, and a promenade. 

(Source: UDC Qatar's website)

Regardless of whether you're keen on discovering financial specialists and new colleagues, or basically hoping to grow your land speculation portfolio, Cityscape Qatar is the place for you. 

The display grandstands foundation advancement extends through Qatar's National Vision 2030. Cityscape Qatar will return one year from now in Doha from April first until the third for its eighth epic year.

2.Downtown Doha & Wadi One Downtown Doha 

Arranged in the core of the capital, is the world's first keen maintainable downtown recovery venture encouraged by Msheireb Properties. A roughly QR 20 billion improvement, it restores the old business heart of the city through another design dialect that depends on network living. Giving guests reports on the undertaking, the designer is additionally offering guests to Cityscape Qatar new renting chances.

(Source: The Peninsula Qatar)

The designer likewise reported its first pinnacle for renting, Wadi One, which offers 1-4 room flats with perspectives of West Bay, old Doha and Souq Waqif. The venture will offer best in class home innovation with an attention on green living.

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