Real Estate & Construction

Sixth of October Development & Investment Company (SODIC), an Egyptian developer, has acquired a stake of 50 percent in Palmyra Real Estate Development Company, a subsidiary of the MAS Group.
A new major real estate development, with a total land area of 350,000 square metres, is under construction north of Aleppo.
A new large real estate development is to be built in Yaafour over an area of 31,000 hectares.
Emirates Private Development & Investment-Syria has begun the sale of apartment units in Cordoba, a new residential project in Sabboura, outside Damascus.
CPC Syria will build a USD 75 million commercial mall in Homs to be developed by a local businessman, Issam Anbouba.
Syria International Islamic Bank and Ernst and Young Syria are among the companies that will relocate their headquarters in Eighth Gate, Emaar’s development in Yaafour.
Emaar-IGO has started to hand over office units in its Eighth Gate development in Yaafour. By next September the first companies are expected to relocate in what is the largest real estate project currently under development in and around Damascus. The...
Rental and sales prices for office space in central Damascus increased significantly in 2009, before levelling out in the first quarter of this year, according to a recent survey.
The Kuwait Syrian Holding is to start works on a new USD 90 million real estate development in Yaafour, its CEO said.
Trans Mall, a new 45,000sqm commercial mall located in Homs will open its doors next June.
The Syrian Investment and Development Corporation (SIDC), a newly-established company, has announced the launch of several real estate and hospitality projects worth some USD 3 billion in Syria. The Syria Report has talked with Hicham Al-Eitouni, Advi...
Gulf Finance House, an Islamic investment bank based in Bahrain, has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Syrian Investment Authority to invest in a number of projects in Syria.
Salam Mall, a new upscale commercial development located near the Damascus International Fairgrounds, should open its doors next August.
The International Bank for Trade and Finance (IBTF) and the Kuwait-Syrian Holding Company (KSHC) have signed a loan agreement worth SYP 820 million.
The management of the Adra Cement plant, a state-owned company, will be taken over by the Altoun Group, a local firm owned by the Altoun family.


Syrian Medicare 2011
Damascus International Fairground
Dama Rose Damascus Hotel