Emaar Principal Officers
Global property developer and provider of premier lifestyle
- Emaar Development
- Emaar International LLC
- Emaar Investment Holdings LLC
- Emaar Malls Group PJSC
- Emaar Retail Group LLC
- Emaar Hospitality Group
- Emaar Hotels & Resorts LLC
- Amlak Finance PJSC
- Emaar Industries & Investments (Pvt.) JSC
- Emaar Community Management LLC
- Emaar Technologies LLC
The developer of residential and commercial build-to-sell assets in the UAE.
Emaar Development is the UAE build-to-sell property development business of Emaar Properties, responsible for iconic master-planned freehold communities in Dubai. The Company has delivered over 34,500 residential units since 2002.
Shopping malls and retail subsidiary of Emaar Properties
The flagship development of Emaar Malls is The Dubai Mall, the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination. Emaar Malls also owns and manages Souk Al Bahar, an Arabesque style dining and entertainment development in Downtown Dubai; Dubai Marina Mall in the Dubai Marina community; and Gold & Diamond Park, a shopping destination dedicated to gold and jewellery.
- The Dubai Mall
- Dubai Marina Mall
- Gold and Diamond Park
- Souk Al Bahar
- Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard
- The Springs Souk
- The Meadows Souk
World-class property development in high-growth international markets
Having demonstrated its competencies in creating iconic real estate assets in Dubai, Emaar has expanded internationally and today has a collective presence in several markets spanning the Middle East, North Africa, Pan-Asia, Europe and North America. The company has established operations in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, India, Pakistan, Turkey, USA, Italy, and Canada.
- Emaar, The Economic City, Saudi Arabia
- Emaar Middle East, Saudi Arabia
- Emaar Lebanon
- Emaar Misr, Egypt
- Emaar Morocco
- Emaar India
- Emaar Giga Karachi & Emaar DHA Islamabad, Pakistan
- Emaar Properties Gayrimenkul Gelistirme Anonim Sirketi, Turkey
- Emaar L.A. Properties, USA
A premier global provider of personal, innovative, and memorable lifestyle experiences.
Emaar Hospitality Group has a portfolio of key assets including hotels, serviced residences, golf retreats, a polo and equestrian club, lifestyle dining outlets and the Dubai Marina Yacht Club. Emaar’s world-class hotel brands include: The Address Hotels + Resorts, Vida Hotels and Resorts and the value hotel chain Rove Hotels.
- The Address Hotels and Resorts
- Vida Hotels and Resorts
- Rove Hotels
- Emaar Leisure Group LLC
- Emaar Lifestyle Dining
- Emaar International Hospitality LLC
Provider of premium leisure and entertainment choices, Emaar Entertainment, a subsidiary of Emaar Properties, manages a world-class portfolio of leisure attractions
Emaar Entertainment’s portfolio includes: Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Dubai Ice Rink, KidZania®, and Reel Cinemas at The Dubai Mall and Dubai Marina Mall.
- At the top, Burj Khalifa
- Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
- Reel Cinemas
- Dubai Ice Rink
- Dubai Opera
- EKART ZABEEL
- VR Park
- Dig it
Amlak Finance PJSC is a leading specialized Islamic real estate financier.
Amlak Finance PJSC is a leading specialized real estate financier. Since its establishment in November 2000 as the region’s leading financial services provider, it has provided its customers with innovative, Sharia-compliant property financing products and solutions designed to meet the rapidly evolving market demands.
Strategic acquisitions and alliances
Emaar Investment Holding is focused on strategic acquisitions and alliances in high growth markets that add value to stakeholders
- Turner International
- Hamptons Arabia
EII CAPITAL is a strategic investor of choice for companies across the UAE operating in various subsectors within pre- and post-construction, hospitality, malls, and related sectors. In addition to this, EII CAPITAL is an active investor in industrial manufacturing and technology segments.
The value addition tool-kit of EII CAPITAL includes enhanced connectivity, increased access to capital and best-in-class governance practices.