Built to inform

Sign up for the daily newsletters

No, Thank you

Video: GCC's real estate leaders reveal 2017 trends

Experts from property powerhouses such as Al Mazaya Holding, Bahrain Bay, and Dubai World Trade Centre have also outlined their forecasts for 2018 and beyond

Top developers from across the Gulf outlined the top two challenges and opportunities they expect the regional real estate sector to face in 2018 and beyond. 

These experts, featured in Construction Week's Top 50 GCC Developers 2017 list, also stated the hurdles and growth prospects they met with this year. 

READ: Cash flow challenge 'apparent' in GCC construction

Oil prices and cost concerns are the key challenges that regional developers faced this year, and said would look out for in 2018. 

Meanwhile, Expo 2020 Dubai, and end-user centric schemes, were listed as the top opportunities for the regional real estate sector.

VIDEO: Tenant-driven developments are the UAE's latest trend

The following video features leaders from regional real estate powerhouses such as Al Mazaya Holding (Kuwait), Bahrain Bay (Bahrain), and Dubai World Trade Centre (UAE). 

Also featured are the leaders of the UAE's Bloom Holding, Lootah Real Estate Development, wasl Asset Management Group, Palma Holding, and Majid Al Futtaim Properties.


Most popular


Construction industry conversations around digitisation must evolve
The Middle East construction industry’s approach to tech must evolve and focus on how can


Leaders Kuwait 2019: Tips on how to resolve construction conflicts
Pinsent Masons, KEO and HFW discussed overcoming disputes during CW’s Leaders in Construction Summit Kuwait
Construction Week's Leaders Kuwait 2019 summit kicks off today
More than 100 decision-makers from Kuwait's construction industry to convene at conference in Kuwait City

Latest Issue

Construction Week - Issue 751
Oct 13, 2019