DAMAC Owner, Hussain Sajwani’s Latest Venture

DAMAC properties have recently unveiled a new project that has gained the attention of the Middle East. The project is set to attract numerous of tourists who choose Dubai as their location of a visit. The project is called Reva Residences. Reva is a series of luxurious apartments based at the heart of the already beautiful Dubai. The residences are located near most of the beautiful sited that the place has to offer specifically the heart-melting canals. Reva also provides apartments with state of the art facilities from the materials used in construction to the facilities offered like a gymnasium, pool, paths alongside the waters meant for jogging and leisure walks, dining facilities, a play area for kids, and an outside patio. In addition, the interiors of the one bedroom apartments are simply breathtaking. The kitchen fittings, the furnishing and the spacious lavatory rooms and every other room in the apartment are just but a few things that Reva has to offer.

 

The establishment of Reva Residences does not come as a shock to anyone as DAMAC properties have a reputation for delivering way above peoples’ expectations. DAMAC is a luxury real estate company that develops properties for businesses, individuals, families and leisure purposes like Reva. The company was formed in 2002 by one tycoon by the name Hussain Sajwani.

 

Hussain Sajwani is a 65-year-old Emirati who is known for being on the Forbes list for the ten richest and influential men in the Middle East. He has a net worth of close to 4.2 billion U.S dollars, a worth that was earned through hard work and innovation being that he was born to a humble family and even got through his university education via a U.S government scholarship to the Washington University.

 

With a degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics, Sajwani began by working in the finance industry for some years before forming DAMAC. Owning to the success at DAMAC and his own personal success, Hussain Sajwani has also had a foundation that is named after him that promotes technological advancement for the youth in Arabic states by sponsoring other foundations.