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ADNEC to host Cityscape Abu Dhabi from April 21 to 23

The emirate’s largest property event will convene leading institutional investors.

Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) has set the stage for the ninth edition of Cityscape Abu Dhabi that will run from 21 to 23 April, 2015 under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces.

Spread across 18,000 square metres of exhibition space, Cityscape Abu Dhabi will draw the participation of over 130 exhibitors from around the world.

The emirate’s largest property event will convene leading institutional investors, real estate developers, government authorities, urban planners, architects, consultants and other senior-level real estate professionals to explore opportunities in the resurgent property sector in the Middle East and beyond. Local, regional and international real estate professionals will showcase their latest offerings in the design and construction of major public and private commercial real estate developments.

In addition, the event will host a series of networking events, conferences, seminars along with a VIP networking reception and market overview forum to provide participants with the opportunity to discuss latest trends and challenges in the property sector and forge long-term joint venture partnerships.

Prominent participants at Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2015 will include the Department of Municipal Affairs (DMA), Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), Aldar Properties, Bloom Properties, Mubadala, Al Forsan, Manazel, Reem Developers, TMKN, Wahat Al Zaweya and Ejadah Asset Management Group.

Furthermore, the current edition will see a strong presence of major international developers from countries including Turkey, Jordan, Russia, the UK and USA.

ADNEC offers 133,000 sq m of inter-connected floor space to match the expectations of a wide variety of events and exhibitions. Equipped with modern facilities and built to international standards, the venue attracted 1.6 million people across 327 events in 2014.