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It's a wonderful life

UDC intends to make The Pearl-Qatar a unique living and cultural experience that combines the best of the country’s past and present.

The Pearl-Qatar has become the venue of choice for top international artists coming to Doha. For instance, operatic legend Placido Domingo recently returned to The Pearl-Qatar for his second spectacular live music and dance extravaganza with the renowned Spanish production, Antología de la Zarzuela, on 13 May, thereby reflecting the richness and legacy being shaped here.

A primary objective is to incorporate a range of living environments – from high-end luxury villas complete with their own beaches to fashionable apartment-style accommodations with sweeping sea views. Diversity and the very highest quality in accommodations is a key objective in the project’s master planning.

Each unique district of The Pearl-Qatar will have its own architectural character. The names of districts, features and attractions have been created with a mix of French, Italian, Spanish and Arabian roots, summoning the promise of an iconic destination and an indisputably glamorous address in the Middle East.

The Pearl-Qatar will offer a different experience in all measures. It combines unique dimensions of tranquil life surrounded by every luxury the world could offer. The development was initially imagined as ‘a touch of modern elegance, with shades of indulgence,’ which is proving to be an in-demand combination.

The Pearl-Qatar’s popularity with investors and homeowners has been backed by phenomenal sales of residential units from buyers and investors in more than 52 countries. This rapid pace of sales and significant interest expressed exemplifies the first-rate and sterling reputation that The Pearl-Qatar has garnered.

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