By Alma Kadragic

(DUBAI, UAE) — Emaar Properties PJSC, the global property developer, is highlighting its proven capabilities in delivering world-class assets at Cityscape Global 2010, the premier real estate expo that opens today at Dubai International Convention Centre and goes on through Thursday.

Emaar’s delivered projects in Dubai and key global markets will be featured in its pavilion, in addition to an overview of key projects under development. The Emaar pavilion will also show the development portfolio of the company’s subsidiaries, including hotels, shopping malls, resorts, and healthcare centers.

A highlight is a spectacular display of Downtown Dubai, the 500-acre destination development anchored by Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building housing the world’s first Armani Hotel. With the Dubai Mall, possibly the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, several world-class hotels, residences, and prime office space, Downtown Dubai underscores Emaar’s strategy of developing fully integrated communities that energize the economy.

Also on display will be Emaar’s lifestyle developments in Turkey and Pakistan that have been handed over to customers, and in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Canada, that will be delivered to customers in the coming months.

Ahmad Al Matrooshi, Managing Director, Emaar Properties, said, “Emaar has consistently set the benchmarks for world-class property development in Dubai and our global markets.” and added, “We are creating a new world for our customers – truly integrated communities where they can live, work, and play.”

Emaar will present models of up-and-coming residential developments in Downtown Dubai including the Armani Hotel Dubai and Armani Residences. The company will also highlight Downtown Dubai venues – Burj Park, Burj Steps, Burj Plaza and Emaar Boulevard – available for hosting lifestyle, business, or personal events.

Among key Emaar international developments represented at Cityscape Global are the Emaar Residences at the Fairmont Makkah; Tuscan Valley Houses in Istanbul; Samarah Dead Sea Resort in Jordan; Canyon Views and Crescent Bay in Pakistan; Beit Misk in Lebanon; The Eighth Gate in Syria; and Wills Creek town homes in South Surrey, Canada.

The first phase of Tuscan Valley Houses and Mirador villas in Canyon Views has been completed. Some commercial offices in The Eighth Gate have also been handed over within the commercial center of the project which aims to become the prime business hub of Syria.