DAMAC Properties – Luxury At Its Most Creative

Hussain Sajwani began his profession working as a Contracts Manager at GASCO immediately after graduating from the University of Washington. From there, he founded his own catering services organization in 1982. During the mid-90’s, he was involved in pioneering the property expansion in Dubai among other investors. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani: http://gulfnews.com/culture/people/high-riser-1.25193

He constructed a number of hotels that offer accommodation to the large number of individuals travelling to Dubai for business or recreation. Hussain Sajwani established DAMAC in 2002 and it is currently the largest property development in the Middle East. Currently, he is worth $3.8 billion.

DAMAC group of companies is mainly involved in the construction of luxurious properties such as hotels and residential apartments among other infrastructures. Additionally, the organization has partnered with other business. For example in 1991, Hussain was recognized for offering excellent food service to the U.S army as they embarked on their mission throughout the first Iraq war.

One of Hussain Sajwani’s greatest achievements is the partnership the now president of the United States, Donald Trump. They established the Trump International Golf Course in Dubai, which was officially opened in February 2017, and the Trump World Golf Course that is expected to open late next year.

In a statement with NBC News, Hussain revealed that he will be working with the President’s children in in order to grow and expand their valuable partnership. Read more: The Donald of Dubai | Hussain Sajwani 

About DAMAC

DAMAC properties takes part in the construction of leisure, commercial and residential properties in the key cities of the Middle East. Moreover, it also participates in numerous real estate ventures. DAMAC was established in 2002 and its headquarters is in Dubai.

Historically they have grown from a property company into a jack of many trades. In 2011, hospitality sub division was unveiled to offer catering services to its residents.

The DAMAC owner is not only a property developer but he is also involved in charitable ventures. In September 2013, he donated AED 2 million to a movement that was aimed at providing clothes to a million kids globally. The company’s donation single handled clothed nearly 50,000 children.