Dubai Properties appoints new CEO

Abdullah Lahej will be replaced by Raed Al Nuaimi from North25
Dubai Properties appoints new CEO
Abdullah Lahej, pictured fourth from left, at the Dubai Properties' breaking grond on Dubai’s newest marina at Marasi Business Bay.
By Lubna Hamdan
Mon 05 Feb 2018 11:25 AM

The group chief executive of Dubai Properties, Abdullah Lahej, has resigned from his position at the property development and management company, a spokesperson from the organisation confirmed.

Lahej, who joined the firm in July 2016 after departing from Emaar Properties, will be replaced by Raed Al Nuaimi from North25, a new entity formed to lead Dubai Holding, among other projects.

“Abdulla Lahej, Group Chief Executive Officer of Dubai Properties, has decided to leave the company and Raed Al Nuaimi, joining from North25, will take on Abdulla's role. We would like to thank Abdulla for all his efforts with Dubai Properties,” said a spokesperson.

Dubai Properties is part of the Dubai Holding Group. It has a number of residential, retail and commercial developments, with projects located in areas ranging from Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) to Business Bay. They include Dubailand, Culture Village, Dubai Wharf and more.

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