Cityscape Riyadh provides the best arena for the Saudi Arabian real estate industry to showcase projects and services, highlight investment and development opportunities to people in the Riyadh region.
All economic indicators confirm that the Saudi Arabian economy is in solid shape. Fueled by greater foreign investment, increased infrastructure spending, and population growth the Kingdom’s real estate markets are well positioned for years to come.
Cityscape Riyadh 2012 will help bring further positive development and transparency to this burgeoning market. In addition, the event will showcase the Kingdom’s projects to international investors and senior real estate professionals who consider Riyadh as a key market for business.
- Cityscape Riyadh Exhibition
- Riyadh Real Estate Summit
- Cityscape Awards for Real Estate in Saudi Arabia
- World Architecture Congress Saudi Arabia
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