Dubai, United Arab Emirates

By introducing new lifestyles with a focus on design excellence, high-quality construction and timely delivery of projects, Emaar has earned the titles of the world's most valuable, most creative and most admired real estate firm.

Started off with the flagship projects in Downtown Dubai, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Dubai Fountain, the development company aimed to achieve the title of the most trusted real estate development company that can enrich the lives of people through mesmerizing lifestyle experiences. An array of hospitality and leisure developments, premium shopping malls, retail projects, master-planned communities and other real estate assets make the comprehensive portfolio of Emaar.

The hospitality and retail portfolio comprises of the Address Hotels & Resorts and Armani Hotels & Resorts. While in retail assets category, Emaar has developed premium shopping malls including the Dubai Mall (the world’s most visited retail and entertainment venue), Dubai Marina Mall and Souk-al-Bahar.

This is not everything, as the developer believes in setting standards and surpassing its own benchmarks in every sector of real estate. For instance, the developer has a number of renowned projects under its umbrella including Dubai Opera, Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Reel Cinemas, Dubai Ice Rink and VR Park, just to provide exceptionally good entertainment and leisure experiences.

One thing leads to another; the leadership team of Emaar is comprised of the industry’s professionals and experts, and the rest of the team members are passionate, motivated and dedicated to providing excellence to customers. Emaar's commitment to operational excellence and quality standards has earned a number of international, regional, and local awards for the company.

Emaar is a Dubai Financial Market-listed Public Joint Stock Company.

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