Billionaire Hussain Sajwani is the founder and CEO of DAMAC Properties; he founded the luxury real estate company in 2002. DAMAC started out as a food catering company has grown to become a real estate empire that employs over two-thousand people, and produces nearly two-billion dollars in revenue annually. DAMAC properties were recently ranked number one on the Forbes Global 2000 list. They have built residential homes and commercial businesses throughout the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as well as Jordan, and have commercial and residential projects throughout the United Kingdom.
Real estate developer Sajawani and The Trump Family have been friends for years, his Sons Eric and Donald Jr even went on to attend the wedding of his daughter Amira Sajwani, who also serves as DAMAC Chief Financial Officer. DAMAC is partnering with Donald Trump to develop an 18 hole luxury course designed by Tiger Woods, the course will feature the most luscious greenery and be lined with hundreds of beautiful villas. These luxury villas will bet priced around two-million each. The fifty million square foot development has been named the Oxygen Project; all of the roads will link up to the Akoya Oxygen complex. The Trump International brand also has plans to open a hotel and a golf school attached to the course, and even plans to open another course designed by Woods. The Trump brand has been known to build the best-reviewed golf courses in the world; by partnering with DAMAC Properties they will be able to create possibly the most magnificent golf course in not only The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia but the entire Middle East. The president has gone on to praise Hussain Sajwana and DAMAC Properties during his speech at his New Year Eve celebration during his inauguration.
Hussain Sajawani is not only a real estate titan, Mr. Sajawani and DAMAC Properties are also known for their generous philanthropy and acts of charity. Many do not realize, DAMAC were the main food supplier for US troops during the operation Desert Storm. Hussain Sajawani also contributes to many charitable organizations, Hussain Sajwani donated nearly two million alone to providing 50 thousand children with clothing, as well as supporting Dubai Cares and Emirates Red Crescent charities.