Wednesday , January 24 2018

DLD honours winners of ‘tycoon real estate awards’

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DUBAI / WAM

Dubai Land Department (DLD) announced the winners of the Tycoon Real Estate Awards at a ceremony that was held earlier this month at the Taj Mahal Hotel during the Dubai Property Show Mumbai 2017.The ceremony was attended exclusively by leading developers who are driving the success of the UAE’s real estate sector.
Her Excellency Majida Ali Rashid, Assistant Director General and Head of the Real Estate Investment Management and Promotion Center the Investment arm of DLD, commented: “We are pleased to congratulate all the winners of the first edition of the Tycoon Real Estate Awards, and want to celebrate those who have made inspiring contributions to our sector and helped us to realise our vision of making Dubai as the world’s premier real estate destination and a byword for innovation, trust and happiness. Each and every winner fully deserves this recognition, as they have all demonstrated their dedication and commitment to developing the growing real estate horizon in Dubai. We look forward to seeing more innovators in upcoming editions of the awards programme, which we will be organised in other world capitals as part of the Dubai Property Show.”
The Tycoon Real Estate Awards recognises and celebrates companies and individuals who have had a positive impact on Dubai’s real estate sector, and who through their vision, leadership and inspired contribution have significantly improved the quality of lives and elevated Dubai’s global standing as the world’s leading real estate destination.
The first edition of the Tycoon Real Estate Awards was launched by DLD’s Real Estate Investment Promotion and Management Center as part of a comprehensive global programme that includes many initiatives and activities. Future editions will be held in other global cities including Cannes,
London and New York.

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