Ma'an Development Company (MDC), the master developer of the Ma'an Development Area, is participating in the 2009 Cityscape exhibition and conference.
Cityscape presents an opportunity for the regional and international real estate community to come together to network, create joint venture partnerships and discuss the future of real estate.
Through its private booth during the exhibition, MDC will provide visitors with an overview of MDA and its four clusters, highlighting recent developments the area is undergoing. The company aims to provide interested parties with a complete picture of the project's progress and the many benefits it presents to investors, visitors and citizens alike.
Commenting on MDC's participation, the company's CEO Ahmad Turk said: "We are honored to be part of this mammoth event which brings together key personalities from the global real estate landscape. We thought it prudent to participate in order to communicate to those interested in our project our various accomplishments over the last few years, all of which were completed in record time."
The Ma’an Development Area (MDA) is an initiative of King Abdullah II, aiming to alleviate the variations between the Kingdom’s municipalities and allow equal opportunities to the Jordanian citizens. The initiative also aims to make Jordan a primary hub for foreign investments and to make Ma’an an important element of the Jordanian developmental front.
Extending over an area of 9 square kilometers, the Ma’an Developmental Area consists of four primary clusters, including a residential community, an industrial zone, a Hajj city, and a vocational training center. The area is set to become a regional hub for industrial activity and a centre of excellence for vocational training, as well as a religious landmark for pilgrims on their way to the Holy cities, offering them the ideal environment for their rest, relaxation and prayer.
The area presents a wealth of social, legal, administrative and financial benefits for investors, and has thus far attracted more than JD 110 million in investments.
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