Print & OnlineHussain Sajwani – Founder & Chairman DAMAC Properties
Hussain Sajwani, a UAE national, is the founder and Chairman of global property development company DAMAC Properties.
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The Muslim Billionaire Behind Extravagant Dubai Buildings and Trump Golf Courses

Source: Forbes

A FEW WEEKS AFTER Donald Trump announced a travel ban on seven Muslim nations, his billionaire real estate partner in the United Arab Emirates, Hussain Sajwani, is a picture of serenity. Sitting in a room near the top of his 25-story Dubai skyscraper, he calmly explains how he’ll handle being a Muslim in a Muslim nation while doing business with a man perceived as fiercely anti-Muslim.READ MORE

DAMAC CEO to Al Arabiya: Dubai Trump Golf Club to open soon

Source: Al Arabiya

The chairman of the board of directors at DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani said in an interview with Al Arabiya at the World Economic Forum in Davos, that the work on the golf stadiums with The Trump Organization will continue and they will be inaugurating one of the two golf courses in the first quarter of this year.

Dubai’s DAMAC: Trump brand to boost sales

Source: ME Construction News
Hussain Sajwani says it was ‘a wise decision’ to stick with the Trump brand deal despite the US candidate’s controversial remarks.

A branding association between DAMAC Properties and US President-elect Donald Trump’s company is expected to see a sales boost for the Dubai developer, its chairman has said.READ MORE

Dh7.4 billion AYKON City launched

Source: Khaleej Times

Dubai: DAMAC Properties on Saturday announced the launch of a Dh7.4 billion project in Dubai – ‘AYKON City’. The six-tower luxury project on Sheikh Zayed Road is set to be completed in 2021. Construction will commence before summer.


Dubai real estate market at consolidation point: DAMAC chief

Source: Saudi Gazette
“The Dubai real estate market is at a consolidation point in the cycle and the rapid growth witnessed in 2012-2014 is now behind us. However, this market creates opportunities for well capitalised and experienced companies like ourselves with a strong track record,” said Hussain Sajwani, Chairman of DAMAC, a leading developer of high-end property in the Middle East, while announcing results for year ended Dec. 31, 2015.