The Dubai Real Estate Centre; the region’s premier real estate development
and marketing firm has had its eye on the skies since its inception in 1991. After successfully managing and leasing properties under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Rashid Saeed Al Maktoum, the DREC today prides itself over its staggering portfolio of over 3200 residential and commercial units across the UAE.
The DREC’s reputation for achieving milestones in the region was recognised in 1995 when The Dubai Creek Tower was built. The Creek Tower not only became the first landmark to be established at the Deira Creek but was also named the second-tallest building in Dubai, at the time of its construction.
The Dubai Real Estate Centre; the region’s premier real estate development Some of DREC’s other noteworthy developments include:
- The Beach Centre: The first shopping mall to be set up in 1993 on the beach road in Jumeirah
- Palm Spring Village: Dubai’s first gated community of 145 villas in Al Sufouh
- Zomorrodha Building: Located between the Zabeel and Umm Hurair Road
- Hamsah Building: Our latest project is located at the junction of the Khalid Bin Walid and Zabeel Road
The type of buildings managed by the DREC range from villas, warehouses, medium/ high rise buildings, to shopping malls located in Dubai’s central and commercial areas including Al Nahda, Deira, Bur Dubai, Al Karama, Jumeirah, Al Wasl, Al Quoz, Umm Suqeim and the Sheikh Zayed Road.
From the beginning, the work of the firm has been comprehensive. Equal time and attention have been devoted to the following:
- Conception of the project
- Conducting feasibility studies
- Following up on projects from the design stage to its construction
- Involvement in the post construction phase including the security and maintenance of the building
- Aggressive marketing of the completed units and fixing their retail value
We, at DREC, are honoured to be recognised as one of the leading real estate organisations and want to fuel our ambition by adding many more glorious landmarks to the shining metropolis of the Middle East.