Products Available

  • Commercial office
  • Ateliers
  • Showroom
  • Creative Offices
  • Retail space
  • Land

Products Available

  • Commercial office
  • Business Centers
  • Industrial land
  • Warehouse/Pre-build units
  • Retail space
  • Showroom
  • Industry Specific facilities

Products Available

  • Commercial office
  • Business Centers
  • Industrial land
  • Warehouse/Pre-build units
  • Retail space
  • Showroom
  • Industry Specific facilities

Products Available

  • Commercial office
  • Business Centers
  • Industrial land
  • Warehouse/Pre-build units
  • Retail space
  • Showroom
  • Industry Specific facilities

Products Available

  • Commercial offices
  • Business centres
  • Retail space

Products Available

  • Commercial offices
  • Business centres
  • Retail space

Products Available

  • Commercial offices
  • Business centres
  • Retail space

Products Available

  • Commercial offices
  • Business Centers
  • Retail space
  • Industry Specific facilities

Products Available

  • Commercial offices
  • Business Centers
  • Retail space
  • Industry Specific facilities

Products Available

  • Industrial land
  • Warehouse
  • Showroom
  • Labour accommodation
  • Open yard storage
  • Commercial office
  • Retail space

Products Available

  • Commercial office
  • Business Centers
  • Industrial land
  • Warehouse/Pre-build units
  • Retail space
  • Showroom
  • Industry Specific facilities

Dubai Holding Commercial Operations Group (DHCOG)

Recurring income lends stability to revenue: DHCOG’s businesses not related to property development (primarily hospitality and leasing) are fairly robust and provide the company with a relatively stable revenue stream (AED 6bn in 2011). This helps to offset the volatility of the real-estate segment.

The Jumeirah Group owns a strong portfolio of hotels in Dubai and also manages properties in London, New York, Shanghai, the Maldives, Frankfurt and Abu Dhabi; it plans to launch one hotel in Dubai and six internationally in 2012. The group reported a 5% increase in RevPAR in 2011, with average occupancy during the year at 74%.

Leased properties comprise TECOM’s business parks and some of DPG’s residential and commercial assets. These, together with the group’s facilities management services, contributed revenue of AED 2bn in 2011, up 6% y/y