A total of 13 different countries were represented by stands at this year’s Cityscape Abu Dhabi by developers, investors and architects.
Exhibitors reveal hundreds of new property launches, special promotion rates and payment plans for a host of local, regional and international real estate projects.
Among the projects on show were the latest developments at The World Islands, situated off the coast of Dubai. Scale models illustrated The Heart of Europe with the islands representing Switzerland, Germany and Sweden displayed.
Visitors could also see a larger version of the homes which will be built on “Sweden”.
Developers Kleindienst Group said: “The Heart of Europe is a celebration of the continent’s artistic and cultural treasures with each country capturing a different facet of Europe’s unique character and truly epitomising all there is to love about elegant timeless European living.”
An audio visual display showcased developers Imkan’s plans for The Artery, a new creative area for the UAE’s capital while
Bloom Properties launched its Dubai-based project Bloom Towers in Jumeirah Village Circle which is aimed at mid-market buyers.
In line with the UAE Vision 2021 National Agenda to increase green growth across the region, the Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council (UPC) revealed the latest updates on the Zayed City project, one of the largest developments in the UAE.
Property developer Aldar also revealed plans to invest into a new public park on Reem Island, comprising retail, sports, food and beverage, and beach facilities, which is set to be completed in 2018.