Behind the scenes at Cityscape Global 2010

Quiet stands and few buyers at Dubai's annual property show
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An overview of the under construction Falcon City on display at Cityscape Global 2010
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The Nakheel stand at this year's Cityscape. The stands were noticeably quieter than those seen in previous years
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The real estate and property event has seen fewer attendees than in previous years
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Emaar's completed Burj Khalifa project, and related downtown area
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Nakheel focused on completed or near-completion projects rather than new deals
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Real estate agents reported little interest from buyers
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Brokers reported a number of investors hunting for distressed assets in the region
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Real estate firm Tanmiyat was the main sponsor for the Dubai-based event
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Dubai World Central stand displays models of existing projects
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Dubai-based Damac announced it plans to hand over a number of projects in early 2011
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Saudi Arabian developer Injaz dominated with an eye-catching stand
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The Union Properties stand showcased the firm's Motor City development
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Emaar has survived the Gulf-wide property correction in comparatively strong shape
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The focus for buyers is now on completed projects, rather than offplan sales
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During the peak years, the Cityscape show featured queues of investors eager to buy real estate
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Falcon City representatives await investors on their stand
Tue 05 Oct 2010 04:15 PM