Hamptons International, the premier property services company with an extensive portfolio of projects globally, has partnered with premier luxury resort developer Six Senses to exclusively market the company’s new private residence project in the GCC region.
The Address Dubai Mall's latest addition to their gamut of exclusive services is a personal fashion advisor for all in-house guests. The hotel is the first in the region to offer this unique service. This service is being launched just in time for the Dubai Shopping Festival for guests to benefit from this service. Avid shoppers can stay at the hotel and enjoy retail therapy at The Dubai Mall.
Emaar Malls Group, the shopping malls and retail subsidiary of global property developer Emaar Properties PJSC, has joined hands with the Dubai Shopping Malls Group to host the 40th UAE National Day promotional campaign offering visitors to all its shopping malls the opportunity to win attractive prizes.
Emaar Properties dragged on the Dubai index this morning after the developer's Indian unit swung to a net loss. The Indian subsidiary of the developer of the world's tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, swung to a loss of 2.1 billion Indian rupees ($46 million) for the year ended March 31.
Emaar MGF, a subsidiary of Dubai real estate developer Emaar Properties, moved yesterday to quash rumours it was valuing the assets of its joint venture with MGF Developments in preparation for an exit or partial sale.
Orascom Construction Industries (OCI), Egypt’s largest general contracting firm, has signed a deal with Emaar Misr for two projects worth a combined $141m. Emaar Misr, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dubai-based developer Emaar Properties PJSC, has appointed OCI to complete work on its Mivida residential development in New Cairo and villas at its Marassi project on the north coast of Egypt, North residential projects.
September 5, 2013: Emaar Properties PJSC, the global developer of iconic projects, has joined forces with Lotus F1® Team as its 'Official Partner.'
Emaar Properties rose 2.7 percent and Arabtec added 3.3 percent. This pair, together with DFM, accounted for nearly two-thirds of shares changing hands on the index, which climbed 2.4 percent to 1,631 points, its sixth straight gain and highest finish since May 24.
Emaar Hospitality Group, the wholly owned subsidiary of Dubai-based global property developer Emaar Properties, has said its CEO Marc Dardenne is leaving the company. In a statement issued to HotelierMiddleEast.com, the company said Patrick Heuze, the current chief executive officer “will take over as chief executive officer”.