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MAG to launch $1.28bn project at Cityscape Abu Dhabi

MAG Lifestyle Development, the development arm of Dubai-based MAG Group, is preparing to launch its $1.28bn (AED4.7bn) MAG EYE project at Cityscape Abu Dhabi

MAG EYE development.
MAG EYE development.

MAG Lifestyle Development, the development arm of Dubai-based MAG Group, is preparing to launch its $1.28bn (AED4.7bn) MAG EYE project at Cityscape Abu Dhabi this month.

MAG EYE, a master planned townhouse and villa community situated in Meydan District Seven in Mohammed Bin Rashid City, will be one of five major flagship projects showcased by MAG Lifestyle Development.

MAG Creek Wellbeing, MBL Residence, MAG 230 and MAG 318 will share the spotlight, all of which will be available for sale at the exhibition, the company said in a statement.

READ: MAG LD completes excavation works for JLT project

Talal Moafaq Al Gaddah, CEO of MAG Lifestyle Development, said: “Anyone working in the UAE property market can see that the sector has reached maturity and that sustainable growth is now being achieved.

"The question now is how to remain on this upward trajectory, which is an endeavour that will require developers to go beyond simply constructing buildings. It is now time to do more, to think bigger, and to outdo ourselves by gearing every single aspect of our projects toward truly enhancing peoples’ lives”.

The 12th edition of Cityscape Abu Dhabi will be held from April 17-19  at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre, and will display hundreds of real estate developments from the UAE, GCC and international businesses in the UAE capital.

 

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