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Abu Dhabi-based developer Al Qudra Real Estate launched its new project, Al Sadu Towers during Cityscape Abu Dhabi 2016.
Meanwhile, Al Qudra Real Estate will also be at Cityscape Abu Dhabi to showcase its latest projects, namely Al Sadu Towers - a residential and commercial development comprising five towers.
Another Abu Dhabi-based developer, Al Qudra Real Estate will showcase its latest project -- Ain Al Fayda Lakes project.
In the past the likes of Dubai Properties, Emaar Properties, Pearl of Kuwait Real Estate Company, Al Qudra Real Estate and Qatari Diar have invested heavily in Morocco.
The new communities will be designed and built by reputable, local developers: Sorouh Real Estate, Tamouh Investments, Royal Development Company, and Al Qudra Real Estate to meet the requirements of Vision 2030.
Platinum sponsors were Al Qudra Real Estate, Al Maabar and Aldar Properties.
Mixed Use Future - Al Nasseem, Al Ain, by Al Qudra Real Estate, a project to turn Surooj Park into a unique residential and wedding destination including a hotel, sports, and leisure and health complex.
After an 18-month stay as senior directorof research and intelligence at Sama Dubai, a division of Dubai Holdings, Orth moved to Abu Dhabi's Al Qudra Real Estate as CEO and general manager.
Among the UAE's developments were the Jumeirah Golf Estates and Tiger Woods' course in Dubailand, Dubai, while in Abu Dhabi, the Saadiyat Island project had two courses under development, and in Al Ain, Al Qudra Real Estate is building a course as part of a real estate development.
Al Maabar has been set up by Abu Dhabi-based developer Aldar Properties, Al Qudra Real Estate, Sorouh Real Estate, and Al Reem Investments to carry out projects overseas.
Giants like Aldar and Al Qudra Real Estate have many new projects to display, while newcomer Arabtec Properties will show off its low-cost North African housing ambitions.