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Posted On: 5 May 2020 09:49 am
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:22 pm

Msheireb Properties wins first place in GCC Award for Municipal Cooperation

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Msheireb Properties has added a new achievement with its flagship project Msheireb Downtown Doha winning first place in GCC Award for Municipal Cooperation in its third session 2020.

The win was announced on the back of approving the minutes of the meeting of the GCC Award for Municipal Cooperation Jury held in February 2020 at the GCC headquarters in Riyadh. Choosing Msheireb Downtown Doha for the first place was based on its compliance with allocating requirements for people with special needs and following the highest international standards for their access, movement, and transport.

The new gem in Msheireb Properties crown highlights the state of Qatars position on the regional level and cements Msheireb Downtown Doha as one of the best sustainable and smart cities, and the favorite destination for all sections of the community to live, work and entertain.

In his remarks on the win, Acting CEO of Msheireb Properties Ali Al Kuwari said, "Msheireb Properties has taken constant steps to cement its position in the region and across the world as a leading sustainable developer which adopts highest standards of building in all fields. We are proud of this new accomplishment for Msheireb Downtown Doha and the provision of its high-quality services thanks to unique capabilities that put us at the top of urban developments in the region. This is a source of pride to Qatar and reaffirms our abilities to build urban cities that best fit people with special needs."

Msheireb Downtown Doha, the flagship project of Msheireb Properties, is a smart and sustainable city that aims to change the current trends of urban developments and change the lifestyle of people and offer a new way to live, work, and entertain. Msheireb Properties has won several regional and international awards in the field of sustainable and smart cities.

Source: QNA
Photo credit: Msheireb Properties