+971 4 450 8777 (Al Sufouh)
+971 4 341 8678 (Al Qudra)
+971 4 376 3600 (DIFC)
+971 4 373 1000 (Head Office)
+971 4 373 1001 (Head Office)
Al Sufouh Road / Al Hebiah Third, Al Qudra Road / Dubai International Financial Centre
DAMAC Properties – Luxury Real Estate Developer, was established in 2002, as a private residential, leisure and commercial developer in Dubai and the Middle East. Since then, DAMAC Properties has expanded rapidly into North Africa, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
DAMAC Properties has completed 36 buildings to date with 7374 units and spanning 13,132,484 sq feet with projects in Dubai such as The Crescent and Lago Vista at IMPZ, Executive Heights and Smart Heights in TECOM, Park Towers in the DIFC, Lake View and Lake Terrace at Jumeirah Lake Towers, Business Tower and XL Tower at Business Bay, Emirates Gardens and Tuscan Residences in Jumeirah Village and Ocean Heights, The Waves and Marina Terrace at the Dubai Marina.
DAMAC Properties also has a further 50 buildings at various stages of progress across the Middle East, North Africa region. These consist of 9849 units, spanning 16,886,151 sq feet.
In June 2010, DAMAC Properties further reinforced its position as a premium developer with the launch of DAMAC Tower in Beirut, Lebanon. A 28 storey iconic tower, this project is in association with Italian design group, VERSACE, with all interiors being designed by Versace Home. This was followed by the DAMAC Residences with Interiors by Versace Home, launched in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in June 2011.
The company’s projects are located in the most desirable and exclusive locations and are built to the highest quality specification that has become synonymous with the group. DAMAC Properties’ develop projects that include residential, commercial and leisure facilities that create an integrated community.
In addition to support services provided by the Dubai headquarters, the company’s comprehensive Customer Care Program provides solutions through its vast network with offices in the UAE, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt, KSA and Qatar.