Cityscape Global 2017 drew the participation of 300 exhibitors, serving as a platform for project launches and announcements from developers like Nakheel, Jumeirah Golf Estates, Aldar Properties, Bahrain Marina, Union Properties, and Deyaar
HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, and Ruler of Dubai, toured the exhibition area on the second day of the event. He was accompanied by HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai.
The 16th edition of Cityscape Global ran from 11-13 September, 2017 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
The organisers of Expo 2020 Dubai unveiled their legacy-related plans at the event.
The District 2020 legacy megaproject will feature 135,000 square metres of commercial space and 65,000 square metres of residential space, as well as parkland and cycling tracks.
District 2020 forms part of Dubai’s legacy strategy to reuse 80% of Expo 2020’s site infrastructure.
Union Properties signed an MoU with China State Construction Engineering Corporation on the first day of the event to develop a new master plan for Motorcity.
After five years of not exhibiting at Cityscape Global, Aldar Properties returned with its new development, Water's Edge. Phase 1 of the $653.4m (AED2.4bn) project sold out during the event.
Azizi Developments reported selling more than 50% of its Azizi Riviera Phase 2 at Cityscape.
Bahrain Marina was showcased at a pavilion hosting four other Bahraini projects: Bahrain Bay, Diyar Al Muharraq, Durrat Al Bahrain, and Canal View.
According to Bloom Holding, 60% of its annual transactions are a direct result of its Cityscape participation.
Deyaar Properties launched South Bay, a $272m (AED1bn) development in Business Bay, at the property show.
Jumeirah Luxury Living showcased its $272m (AED1bn) Jumeirah Luxury – The Life development at Cityscape Global.
Cityscape Global saw Nakheel unveil new developments, including a luxury high-rise beachfront residential project on Palm Jumeirah, with a collective value of $1.1bn (AED4 billion).