Sudan’s PM hails Mushaireb project in Khartoum

December 10 2018
Qatari Diar and Sudanese officials looking at the project models.

Sudan’s Prime Minister Motazz Moussa has hailed the distinctive architectural style of Mushaireb project, which is being implemented by Qatari Diar in the Arab country, pointing out that it has become a landmark in the city of Khartoum.
Qatari Diar said in a statement yesterday that the Sudanese prime minister met with Qatari Diar chief executive officer Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah, who visited the Mushaireb project to follow up its latest developments.
The statement pointed out that the Qatar’s ambassador to Sudan, Abdulrahman bin Ali al-Kubaisi, attended the meeting, which discussed the latest developments of the project, the required support, and ways to overcome all the obstacles in order to complete it.

Mushaireb is situated at the convergence of the Blue and White Nile rivers in Khartoum. Its proximity to the presidential palace, business district, and Khartoum International Airport makes the development a highly sought-after destination for business, tourism and high-end living.
Mushaireb includes 500 luxury residential units, an area of over 6,000sq m for shops and shops, a 5-star hotel and a corporate and business area. Combined together, all elements complement each other and provide an exceptional lifestyle destination.

The development combines contemporary and Islamic architecture within a secure urban landscape. The importance of an ethnic architectural theme imbibing local traditions and practice to craft an exclusive character for Mushaireb results in a unique landmark in Sudan and it will act as a magnet for both local and international
Qatari Diar Real Estate Company was established in 2005 by the Qatar Investment Authority. Qatari Diar was entrusted to support Qatar’s growing economy and to coordinate the country’s real estate development priorities.
The company’s flagship project, Lusail City, was launched in December 2005 and quickly went on to gain tremendous praise for its innovative approach to real estate. The progressive self-contained city is the largest single development to be undertaken in the State of Qatar and although it is currently under construction, Lusail already signifies Qatar’s progress on a grand scale, reflecting the vision and quality that have become synonymous with Qatari Diar.

Qatari Diar has established itself as one of the world’s most trusted and respected real estate companies because of its commitment to quality, local community, partnership, and

Qatari Diar has a shared capital of $8bn, with 60 investment projects under development or held in 24 countries around the world, combining a value of
over $35bn.