For over a decade, the real estate portfolio of DAMAC Properties has been at the forefront of the Middle East’s luxury real estate market. With an enduring passion for design and quality, the company has built a reputation for creating some of the most iconic and desirable properties in the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan and Lebanon,
Established in 2002, DAMAC has delivered 9,318 units to date and currently has a development portfolio of over 25,000 units at various stages of progress and planning as of December 31st 2013).
Always at the forefront of visionary concepts, DAMAC has relationships with Paramount Hotels & Resorts, (the official licensee of Paramount Pictures), Italian fashion houses Versace Home and Fendi Casa for branded residential apartments and villas and The Trump Organisation for the development and operations of the Trump International Golf Course, Dubai and The Trump Estates within the AKOYA by DAMAC development.
In May 2013, DAMAC Properties introduced the ‘AKOYA by DAMAC’ master plan development in Dubai. This includes mansions, villas, luxurious apartments and a retail centre all surrounding ‘The Trump International Golf Club. Within the AKOYA by DAMAC, products include ‘The Trump Estates’, a limited collection of 100 luxurious mansions. Also set within the heart of the community is a global first, with the launch of FENDI fashion-styled villas. AKOYA by DAMAC is also the home of Golf Veduta – serviced hotel apartments and DAMAC serviced Villas by Paramount Hotels and Resorts.
As a global leader in branded real estate, the company is also developing a US$1 billion hotel and luxury serviced residences in the Burj Khalifa area of Dubai, called ‘DAMAC Towers by Paramount’, which will comprise the first Paramount Hotel & serviced Residences in the region.
Within the hospitality sedctor, DAMAC’s in-house hospitality services team is responsible for managing the Company’s growing portfolio of leisure assets in its serviced hotel apartment developments. The division provides complete hospitality management through its own hospitality operating company ‘DAMAC Maison’ which will ultimately manage a total of approximately 6,200 units spread over 16 projects which are currently in the pipeline across 3 cities
As DAMAC continues to innovate and bring new concepts to the market, the Company is determined to build on its powerful performance to date. With vision and momentum, DAMAC is building the next generation of Middle East luxury living.
In addition to support services provided by the Dubai headquarters, the company’s comprehensive Customer Care Program provides solutions through its network with offices in the UAE, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, KSA and Qatar.
For more information visit www.damacproperties.com
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