When it comes to Middle East luxury, Damac Properties and Hussain Sajwani immediately spring to mind. They have been in the vanguard of high-end luxury apartments, condos, and hotels since their founding in 2002. They are now operating in the UAE, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and Lebanon. They have a sophisticated and refined sense of opulence and have consolidated their grip as the leader in Middle East luxury.
Hussain Sajwani, the Damac owner, is the visionary and driving force behind the Damac Group. His vision is expansive and he takes luxury living to a new level with his world-class developments. He quickly discerned the possibilities that arose when the UAE changed its rules regarding foreign ownership of property in their country. He purchased land in an undeveloped part of Dubai and was able to sell his proposed units before they even broke ground. Thus began his meteoric rise as a luxury real estate developer and it continues to this day.
Damac Properties under Hussain Sajwani’s leadership has flourished and played a large role in the reputation of Dubai as a shining city of glamor. Courtesy of Damac, it boasts of multi-million square feet golf course communities, high-rise luxury apartments, serviced hotel apartments, and five-star hotels in a partnership with Paramount Hotels & Resorts. They have also teamed up with some top luxury brands such as Versace, Fendi, and Bugatti.
Kenda Villas is a recent example of a Damac development centered around an extraordinary golf course. They are set in the golf community of AKOYA Oxygen and are available in various sizes. A cozy little villa for newlyweds or a larger unit for families. They are made of gorgeous looking stone and hearken back to the past with a hint of nostalgia. They actually use ancient materials for the stones and mold them into modern, artistic shapes. This helps keep the home warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Hussain Sajwani has realized his greatest success with Damac Properties. However, he started out in business with a successful catering company. They are still part of the Damac Group today and thriving. The Hussain Sajwani family and Damac are committed to philanthropy as well supporting many projects over the years.