DAMAC Properties, helmed by CEO Hussain Sajwani has recently announced a new high-end luxury development for Dubai. Overlooking the beautiful Dubai Canal, DAMAC Properties newest construction is Reva Residences. This illustrious destination offers both one and two bedroom apartments at the highest end of luxury. The breathtaking Dubai Canal frames the views from these world-class apartments that come complete with a 24-hour concierge and premium amenities. Chairman of DAMA Properties, Hussain Sajwani, wants to create an affordable, lifestyle-focused place to live that thrives in the heart of Dubai. The one bedroom apartments at Reva Residences start at AED 699,000.
Reva Residences is located on the south ridge of Business Bay off the Dubai Canal. Only footsteps away residents can find a plethora of dining, entertainment, and retail options. Next door you can find the world’s largest mall filled with the greatest designer stores as well as gorgeous parks and waterside paths for cycling or jogging. The interior of these luscious apartments is fitted with spacious bedrooms, elegantly designed interiors, and superior kitchens. The world-class amenities include steam and sauna rooms, landscaped gardens, temperature-controlled swimming pools, state-of-the-art gyms, children’s play area and outdoor courtyard.
DAMAC Properties is one of the leading real estate development companies in the world. Forbes ranked DAMA Properties number one on their 2017 Global 2000 list. Before founding DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani obtained a government scholarship to go to the University of Washington where he majored in Engineering and Economics. He was one of very few students sent by the government to the US. He started his career after graduation in the finance department of Abu Dhabi Gas Industries. Over the years Hussain Sajwani prospered in business and eventually founded DAMAC Properties in 2002. DAMAC Properties is now one of the largest property development companies in the Middle East and has created over 19,000 apartments with over 44,000 still being developed.