Archive for October, 2019

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Thursday, October 31, 2019 Dubai has all the features, including the comprehensive ecosystem, required to continue attracting innovation, delegates heard at the region’s first INSEAD NAA UAE Leadership Forum held in Dubai. Speaking at a panel discussion titled ‘Innovation Nation: The Changing Face of Investment’, CEO of Dubai Investment Development Agency (DUBAI FDI) His Excellency[…]

Correcting some weak links in Dubai real estate

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Dubai is obsessed with real estate. Where every new gleaming locality and address comes along with a price tag, and where private sector developers sometimes operate as war profiteers with their endless bouquet of incentives to close the next sale. And we admire it, this triage of the wallet. But language leads a double life,[…]

ME Dubai to open early next year

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ME Dubai, the new flagship property of Spanish hotel brand ME by Meliá, is set to open at the beginning of 2020 with veteran luxury hotelier Stefan Viard at the helm.    Viard has assumed a significant role in leading this personality-led lifestyle destination from its earliest stages of construction, and is now guiding his[…]

Sharjah, Ajman ‘top property markets for families’: report

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The property markets in the northern emirates of Sharjah and Ajman remain affordable for potential homeowners, investors and tenants, said a report by UAE portal Bayut. Overall prices continue to show moderate decreases with certain areas such as Ajman Downtown and Muwaileh showing promising signs of stability, it stated. In the third quarter, the sales[…]

Mansion Global Daily: A Miami Beach Trophy Back On the Market, Malaysia Looks to Wealthy Chinese Investors and More

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Billionaire Cliff Asness to List Trophy Miami Penthouse for $29.5M The hedge funder bought the property from media mogul Boris Jordan for $26 million in May 2018. Read More BY THE NUMBERS  TRENDING TODAY  LISTING OF THE DAY  Virginia Estate Dating to the 18th Century Now Features Three Polo Fields The property is set on[…]

‘If your profits have fallen by nearly 90%, it’s difficult to focus,’ says Alabbar over Damac claims

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Emaar chairman Mohamed Alabbar laughs off Damac comments, saying he is focused on growth Emaar chairman Mohamed Alabbar has hit out over claims from rival developer Damac that the company continues to “dump” properties on the market – and that all new home construction in Dubai should be halted for two years. In a telephone[…]