Select Group, a private property developers in the UAE, will begin handing over world’s tallest residential tower next month, said a press statement. The tower, in Dubai Marina, will beat Q1 Tower of God Coast, Australia, to become the world’s tallest residential tower, said the company. Full story: Emirates 24/7
This year’s Arabian Travel Market in Dubai will attract more than 22,000 industry professionals, reveals Reed Travel Exhibitions group exhibition director Mark Walsh.
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced the completion of linking 300 signalised junctions with the Central Light Traffic Control System, which represents about 75 per cent of light signals in Dubai.
RTA said the work was progressing in linking the remaining 100 junctions to the control system so that all signalised junctions would be fully linked to the system by the first half of this year. Full story: Gulf News
The Springs is attracting more mid-income expatriates as villa rents continue to follow a southward trend, property companies and residents said.
Rents in the New Dubai community have witnessed sharp drops and a standard two-bedroom villa in the residential community that cost Dh110,000 a year ago is now going for an average of Dh75,000. Full story: Gulf News