After establishing its strong presence within the real estate industry of Pakistan, and extending its foothold in Dubai, Eighteen has now announced its arrival in Europe with a grand launch event at The Dorchester in London which attracted several overseas Pakistanis.
Speaking at the auspicious occasion of Eighteen’s launch in London, Mr. Tarek Hamdy, CEO, Eighteen said, “Eighteen has completely revolutionized the real estate projects in Pakistan by adding the modern state of the art feel to all our projects, thus redefining the way people want to live. Next in line is our network expansion, which aims to provide accessibility and convenience to our consumers across the globe, and today I am extremely honored to announce our arrival in the United Kingdom.”
He further added, “Eighteen, with its highly esteemed partners, is resolute towards creating a new lifestyle destination, and this commitment towards offering an enhanced future insight is highly benefiting for our consumers across the globe.”
The event further saw an endorsement for Eighteen by Baroness Warsi. Born to Pakistani immigrants in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, Baroness Warsi is best known for being the first Muslim to serve in the British Cabinet. She said, “Eighteen shows a side of Pakistan that many are unaware of. It projects all the glory behind our country and sets a benchmark for current and upcoming real estate projects.”
Eighteen is ten minutes away from the new Islamabad International Airport and is the ideal development for local and overseas Pakistanis who enjoy luxury living and state of the art amenities.
Eighteen has been designed around a championship golf course and will consist of 2,000 residential units of 3 to 7 bedrooms villas and apartments. It will have an iconic golf clubhouse, a shopping mall, a 5-Star boutique hotel, medical facilities, an educational unit, and a business district. The master plan was conceptualized by Calisson RTKL and developed by renowned architects and urban planners, WATG. The unique and challenging golf course has been designed by IDG in the UK.