The DAMAC owner, Hussain Sajwani has been leading the changing landscape of Dubai and the entire United Arab Emirates since forming his luxury real estate business in 2002. Since becoming a key figure in Dubai’s development through the creation of luxury apartments, Hussain Sajwani has extended his reach to include many philanthropic ventures within the UAE; the DAMAC founder is a regular donor to the annual Ramadan clothing drive headed by the UAE Royal Family. Hussain Sajwani’s donations in 2015 were so great it was estimated his funds alone would provide funding for more than one million children. Learn more: http://www.gulfconstructiononline.com/news/story/4267
Giving back to others has been an area Hussain Sajwani has excelled in since he was given the opportunity to take part in the luxury real estate industry of Dubai following a change in regulations allowing foreign nationals to own land in the city. Developing the DAMAC Properties Group gave Hussain Sajwani the chance to explore the different areas of Dubai he has discovered and opened up to the luxury real estate market where many of his peers feared to tread. The very first DAMAC Properties venture saw the construction of a 38-story luxury apartment building in an area of Dubai many feared would be a difficult sell for the inexperienced real estate developer. Hussain Sajwani sold every unit in the 38-story structure within six months and before ground had been broken on the building.
The global impact of DAMAC and Hussain Sajwani has allowed the former food service entrepreneur to rub shoulders with some of the great names of global real estate and politics. A recent partnership between DAMAC and the Trump real estate organization has resulted in the completion of an initial golf course development in Dubai which will be followed by a second golf course set to be completed early in 2018 designed by golf champion, Tiger Woods. The Hussain Sajwani family were namechecked by President Trump for their support and success at a New Year’s Eve party at the Maralago, Florida resort owned by the politician. Learn more: http://www.hoteliermiddleeast.com/23813-the-rise-and-rise-of-damac/