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Dubai, UAE, United Arab Emirates, 2006/07/11 - Deyaar, one of the region’s leading real estate developers and a wholly owned subsidiary of Dubai Islamic Bank, successfully exhibited its unique projects in Lebanon at DREAM 06, the exhibition dedicated to the Middle East’s booming real estate market..
The exhibition dedicated to the Middle East’s booming real estate market that was held at the Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure (BIEL) Centre in Downtown Beirut from June 28 to July 1.
Deyaar showcased its premier real estate offerings—Solidere Saifi Village II, Nacim Baabdet and Matal Al Qamar projects—at the exhibition which drew strong interest from serious buyers within the region, consolidating the company’s growing stature in the Middle East and Lebanon realty sector.
Zack Shahin, CEO of Deyaar, said: “Our presence at DREAM 06 has enhanced our standing as the region’s prominent realty developer. The exhibition allowed us the ample opportunity to showcase our upscale projects to GCC Nationals in addition to high income individuals interested in buying property in the country. We are pleased with the positive feedback we’ve received at the event which shows the growing faith people have in the quality and standard of our projects.”
The focus at the exhibition was on Deyaar’s Solidere Saifi Village II project. Situated in the old-style prestigious Downtown Beirut area, the development comprises four blocks of ultra-chic apartments equipped with modern amenities, sitting amidst landscaped areas and gardens. Located along Damascus Road, the Solidere Saifi Village II property offers spacious four, three and two bedroom apartments with car parks, basement storage facilities and balconies that take full advantage of the balmy Mediterranean climate.
Deyaar’s Nacim Baabdet project being built in Baabdet, the hilly, wooded suburbs of Beirut, also drew buyers’ attention. This comprises a group of 16 exclusive villas that are architecturally designed to suit to the tastes and lifestyles of Gulf Arabs, and which are surrounded by lush, landscaped gardens. Deyaar’s Matal Al Qamar project, consisting of ten blocks with 21 apartments each being built in Falougha in Mount Lebanon too were displayed at the exhibition.
Deyaar is behind several prestigious developments including the residential and commercial Churchill Towers project and The Citadel, coming up in Dubai’s elite Business Bay. It manages more than 16,000 residential and commercial units across 700 buildings in the UAE. The company also provides leasing, maintenance and brokerage services for residential and commercial properties.
DREAM 06, a development and real estate exhibition and conference, attracted a large number of visitors and saw the participation of some of the region’s premier property developers, mortgage banks and other financial institutions, legal consultants and allied property sector players.