Cityscape Qatar 2014

2014-06-02 - 2014-06-04
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In its third year, Cityscape Qatar 2014 has firmly established itself as the only “must attend” real estate event focused on the bourgeoning Qatari market, and it is the perfect platform for attendees to see and experience how the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the government’s 2030 vision is changing Qatar’s skyline. In anticipation of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and in accordance with the vast plans of the Qatar 2030 Vision, some of the most innovative and iconic real estate in the world are being planned and constructed in Qatar. Being developed in accordance with a master plan that includes real estate, infrastructure, transportation links, and, of course, a sports stadia, Qatar is the place to be right now for genuine investors and real estate professionals looking for unique business opportunities. Mega projects that are planned to change the landscape of Qatar and attract tourists, business persons and investors from across the world include*: US$7 billion international airport US$5.5 billion deepwater seaport US$20 billion roads and highways US$5.5 billion Musheireb urban redevelopment US$1 billion planned Doha Bay Crossing US$125 billion industrial projects 12 Eco friendly stadia 45,000 hotel rooms to be built by 2022 242,000 demand for residential units by 2017 Cityscape Qatar 2014 is a vital date for your business diary. It is Qatar’s only real estate investment and development event and has become a true global marketplace for companies right across the industry. *Source: Ventures Middle East Time: 11:00 am to 9:00 pm Price Exhibition: FREE

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