DAMAC Properties released information recently about another luxury development that will overlook the Dubai Canal. This luxury housing property will offer one and two bedroom apartments all promising a view in Business Bay, Reva Residences.
Hussain Sajwani, the owner, and CEO of DAMAC is known for producing properties with exuberant add-ons that will provide the best living arrangements possible. This new property overlooking the Dubai Canal will be accompanied with 24-hour concierge and reception, landscaped gardens, state-of-the-art gym, an elegant lobby, steam & sauna room, outdoor courtyard, children’s play area, and also promises to produce the lavish lifestyle that their clients expect to receive at DAMAC Properties.
This particular property is being geared towards younger couples who want to live in a highly-sought-after location and conveniently located near entertainment and dining options. Within a short walk you can get to the mall, designer stores, paths for walking and jogging, and almost endless dining choices.
Sajwani received a government scholarship and was given the opportunity to be one of the first few students sent to study in the United States by their government. In the United States he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics at the University of Washington.
Hussain Sajwani, the owner or CEO of DAMAC, is an Emirati billionaire property developer with years of experience under his belt and many awards to back his success in the industry. He came from humble beginnings where his father owned a store that sold imports from China, and through hard work and resilient dedication to education, has managed to grow into the owner of one of the largest property development companies in the entire Middle East. Hussain Sajwani, the owner or CEO of DAMAC, has been acknowledged for being part of the 100 most influential Arabs by Gulf Business in 2017, one of Middle East’s Future Stars by the Arabian Business Achievement Awards in 2017, and also received Property CEO of the Year at the CEO Middle East Awards in 2017. He should expect 2018 to be an even more prosperous year as he continues to forge forward with his real estate property goals.