Apartments to serve Dubai Expo go on sale

Damac Properties launches the first luxury serviced hotel apartments near the World Expo 2020 site

 

Expo 2020 team celebrates in Paris

UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan (C), and Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi (L), Minister for Foreign Trade United Arab Emirates, react after the election results at the presentation of the candidacies for the 2020 World Expo, at the OECD headquarters on November 27, 2013 in Paris, France. Dubai will host the 2020 World Expo, a 5 yearly event which showcases the best of cultural and technological displays from around the world. (Getty Images)

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Posted by: Aysha

I hope they finally realized that the other so-called CEO should not be quoted in the media anymore, he really ruined the brand by making degrading comments about telling where people should live.

Posted by: Aysha

I hope they finally realized that the other so-called CEO should not be quoted in the media anymore, he really ruined the brand by making degrading comments about telling where people should live.

Posted by: Nick

For one they only have one CEO and 2: Damac has no reason to care what you or any other tenants think of him or his company. You're not his client. He doesn't have to please you. His clients are the property owners who most certainly share his sentiments and expect to get the market price for their properties not what some tenants find convenient to pay , just to avoid moving in less desirable properties that they can actually afford.

Posted by: SA1

Provided it is built on time....there are still projects in those part since 2005 and yet not finished.

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