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Behind the scenes at Cityscape Global 2010

Quiet stands and few buyers at Dubai's annual property show

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