THE ONLY REAL ESTATE EVENT IN THE STATE OF QATAR

Over the last 8-years Cityscape Qatar has offered unparalleled investment opportunities for the local and international real estate market. The event, which is the only property event of its kind in the country, enables investors, homebuyers and industry professionals to engage in a dynamic environment that also offers insight into the future of Qatari and Middle East real estate. Aligned with the country’s National Vision 2030, Cityscape Qatar showcases a wide range of real estate projects from across the property spectrum. 


Whether you’re looking for your next investment opportunity, want to sharpen your skills as an industry professional, or just searching for your dream home, visit Cityscape Qatar and explore the latest projects under one roof:
- Meet government authorities and leading local and international organisations
- Engage with top real estate developers from Qatar and abroad. Check out our Tunisian and Pakistani pavilions among other international exhibitors
- Discover new exciting project launches from Qetaifan Projects, Qatar Airways and many more
- Stay updated with the latest trends and hear from industry experts on a wide range of topics at Cityscape Talks
- Benefit from exclusive offers only at the exhibition

 


Projects showcased at Cityscape

Qetaifan Island North

Browse Qetaifan Island North designed to be Qatar’s future iconic destination; the project spans...
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Baywalk

Save Baywalk in Viva Bahriya, Tower 8 is a modern residential masterpiece that sheds... 
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View Bchamoun

Whether A state-of-the-art residential and commercial compound embraces...
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Florens Resort

Engage The Florens Lake Resort & Spa is located in the Bernese Oberland, just 10 minutes...
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Investment Opportunities Increase with Addition of New Freehold Zones

Preliminary data suggests Qatar’s economy grew by 0.9% y/y in Q1 this year, up from 0.5% in Q4 2018. The oil sector performance turned positive after four quarters of contraction, with non-oil activity also showing some improvement. With recent developments suggesting a loss of momentum in Q2, Oxford Economics have cut their 2019 GDP growth forecast to a below-consensus 1.3%.
 

The pace of recovery is expected to improve in the medium term, amid ongoing investment ahead of World Cup 2022, with growth forecast to average 2.9% between 2020 and 2022.

 


About Cityscape Qatar

The event is renowned for being the barometer of the capital’s property sector, responsible for fostering partnerships and creating opportunities that drive development and investment across the country through its exhibition, conference and other content features that take place during the three-day event.