“Beirut has always been the center of fashion and fun,” Hadid says. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Palestinian-born real estate developer Mohamed Hadid does not conceal his deep affection to his original roots and his love for the Middle East despite spending most of his life in the United States, where he became a prominent property developer in Los Angeles.Hadid built several hotels and mansions in Los Angeles and other U.S. cities.Apart from the United States, Hadid and his company were involved in several property projects in Qatar, Egypt and other countries.Hadid expressed his pleasure and happiness at spending quality – albeit short – time in Lebanon.Hadid admits that he did not originally come to Lebanon to make any investments in property or make financial gains, although he sees great investment opportunities in the property markets here.Hadid believes that Lebanon will greatly benefit from the reconstruction of Syria once a lasting peace is established in the country.Hadid said that during his short visit to Lebanon, he was only able to study the real estate market briefly.
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