We look forward to welcoming you to Cityscape 2020 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. Taking on a "back to business" approach, we're committed to supporting the GCC region's real estate reestablishment. This year's edition sees an exciting move to an all-encompassing real estate event; putting a spotlight on the rapidly growing sectors of industrial and logistics, commercial: retail & office, proptech and architecture



About Cityscape Global

Cityscape is the world’s leading global real estate event series that connects local and international real estate developers, architects, engineers, city authorities and investment specialists with investors, HNWIs, capital advisers, homebuyers, and many more. Now in its 20th edition, Cityscape will not only deliver a high-quality property exhibition, but will also launch a two-day summit that covers the biggest issues driving real estate development and investment on a macro-economic level around the globe.

A Look Back at 2019

Cityscape Global Conference


Cityscape Talks


Latest News and Press Releases


Developers probe new ways to incentivise UAE real estate investment at Cityscape Global

Real estate developers are rolling out an array of appealing incentives to attract buyers at Cityscape Global... Read more


His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum opens Cityscape Global in Dubai

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA), officially opened Cityscape Global 2019.. Read more


Developers to offer onsite deals, incentives to prospective buyers at Cityscape Global

With the region’s largest real estate and investment event, Cityscape Global, opening this week (25 September)... Read more

Industry Reports



It’s no surprise; the Dubai real estate market is an ever-changing landscape. With the emirate making rapid progress in... Read more


United Kingdom

It’s been a tumultuous few years for the UK, and while there has been a dispirited climate, experts advise: there’s no reason to panic. Read more



A growing non-oil economy has given rise to the tourism and industrial sectors in the sultanate of Oman. Read more