Cityscape Global 2016 started on Tuesday in Dubai.
The annual property exhibition, which is held at the world trade centre in Dubai, this year includes huge models of high-profile projects Harbour Creek, Jumeirah Central and Emaar South.
However, while some developers have announced a few new projects in the run up to the real estate exhibition, others, like Union Property, are not launching anything new this year.
Technology at some stands can be seen playing a pivotal role in attracting consumers. Nakheel has moving LCDs where you feel like you are in a Mission Impossible movie, with property pictures to play with.
Meanwhile, Dubai Properties and Skai Global Holding are using virtual reality to show how the actual apartment or hotel room would look like.
The VR glasses enable you to see, move and even change the view from day to night of the property you are viewing.
Among the projects on show today is the Meydan One Mall, which will be the centre point of the Meydan One development, launched in August 2015 by HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
It will cover more than 30,000sqm of indoor and outdoor multipurpose space, with 529 retail shops including two major department stores and an 11,200sqm hypermarket.
A 25,000sqm indoor multi-purpose sports facility will also be located within Meydan One Mall, including a baseball batting cage, golf driving range and a 1km-long ski slope.
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