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March 28, 2016 | 12:35 | Abu Dhabi
Property experts, government authorities and real estate developers from the Middle East are reflecting on the last decade of development in the UAE capital as Cityscape Abu Dhabi marks its tenth anniversary edition next month. For the past decade Cityscape Abu Dhabi has gathered industry experts, developers, investors and government officials that have contributed to the development of the city’s infrastructure, regulatory environment, and triggered real estate investment in the UAE capital, paving the way for the its ‘Vision 2030.’
Carlo Schembri, Exhibition Manager of Cityscape Abu Dhabi at Informa Exhibitions, the organisers of the event taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre from 12-14 April said: “Over the past 10 years we have witnessed some incredible project launches at Cityscape Abu Dhabi, such as Saadiyat Island, Al Maryah Island, and Reem Island, to name just a few. “All of them have contributed a great deal to the success of the emirate and I’m confident that despite recent fluctuations in oil prices, we will continue to see ambitious and successful developments unfolding in the capital in the years to come.”
One of the most prominent projects being showcased at the exhibition is The Tourism Development and Investment Company’s (TDIC) Saadiyat Island, an ongoing development aimed at establishing a cultural centre in Abu Dhabi with Manarat Al Saadiyat and the UAE Pavilion among the completed projects within the district.