Cityscape 2020 to be held at Dubai World Trade Centre from November 15 to 17
Cityscape will spotlight the rapidly growing sectors of industrial and logistics, commercial: retail & office, proptech and architecture.
Cityscape 2020 will be held at the Dubai World Trade Centre from November 15 to 17, it was announced on Sunday.
The global real estate event is committed to supporting the GCC in re-establishing a 'back to business' approach, delivering a focused event that creates a hub for the real estate sector to network, discuss some of the most poignant topics, delve into market recovery and discover new real estate opportunities.
Broadening its horizons beyond residential, Cityscape will spotlight the rapidly growing sectors of industrial and logistics, commercial: retail & office, proptech and architecture. In an increasingly mature residential market, this gives the industry growing opportunities across these high-growth asset classes, fundamental to continuing progress in the real estate economy across the GCC.
Reaching out to new partners and associations across these commercial and industrial sectors, alongside working closely with its exhibitor community to develop a new floor plan to showcase these projects, Cityscape's participants can expect a new era of real estate to develop at this year's Cityscape 2020.
Alongside these show floor developments, Cityscape 2020 also sees the launch of the high-level Real Estate Summit, for top tier investors, government, consultants and developers. Supported by an important Investor, Government & Corporate End User Hosted Buyer Programme, Dubai will play host to this gateway for real estate networking in the MENA region.
Cityscape will be working with the entire real estate community over the coming months to support them through these challenging times.
In 2021, Cityscape will run alongside the Expo. Dates are yet to be confirmed.
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