Hussain Sajwani lives in Dubai as Chairman, CEO, and founder of a property development company called DAMAC Properties. He originally started the company back in 2002 and it currently serves as a residential, commercial, and leisure estate property group. This Emirati billionaire has been listed on the Forbes Top 10 Billionaires list as one of the Worlds Richest Arabs of 2017. DAMAC Properties was also listed number one on Forbes 2017 Global 2000 list.
Throughout Hussain’s successful journey over the years with DAMAC owner, it took off in 2013 and landed a spot on the London Stock Exchange. Before Hussain started DAMAC, he was luckily one of the first few students that received a U.S government scholarship. With that, he went on to study at the University of Washington and earned a Bachelors degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics. Now, Sajwani has involved DAMAC in numerous big investment opportunities. One of his major developments is called DAMAC Hills, which is a luxury golfing style community located in Dubailand. It is filled with many homes including:
- Small luxury apartments
- Retail outlets
- Entertainment shops
Hussain Sajwani has also received the Property CEO of the Year from the CEO Awards in the Middle East back in 2017.
Most recently, Hussain’s company has announced the launch of their latest luxury development. Located in Business Bay, Reva Residences sits right off the canal and offers high-quality amenities. Since Business Bay is the center for all Dubai’s leisure and entertainment, Reva Residences will fit right on in. With exquisite two-bedroom apartments overlooking the canal, Reva Residences is just minutes away from fancy retail stores, waterparks, dining options and other entertainment stores.
Many of their amenities include:
- 24-hour concierge
- Steam and sauna room
- State of the art gymnasium
- Outdoor courtyard
- Children play areas
- Temperature-controlled swimming pools
- Landscaped gardens
This elegant new project is now open to the public and is one of DAMAC’s most successful developments.