G&Co Developer is a boutique real estate developer with over 20 years of demonstrated success in the building sector. The developer has established a distinctive platform that offers its clients various services. G&Co Developer relies on its impressive portfolio of accolade-winning projects, which includes landmark developments like Millennium Estates and Grand Views, both of which are situated in the wealthy neighbourhood of Meydan. When the business oversaw the construction of Mohammed bin Rashid City's District 11, it also revolutionized the idea of excellence in luxury communities.
G&Co is more than just a developer; they are your partner in building a brighter, more sustainable tomorrow, and this mission made Primo Capital proudly join hands with G&Co to deliver the utmost value in the real estate industry of Dubai.
G&Co was founded by Joseph Gosub in 2006. The company's headquarters is in Dubai, UAE, where the developer is 24/7 in delivering some of the top-line projects in the landscapes of UAE.
G&Co – Indulging Sustainability in the Real Estate Industry of Dubai
G&Co is one of the well-recognized developers of UAE that don't just develop properties; we foster sustainable futures. As staunch advocates of Corporate Social Responsibility, G&CO integrates sustainability and ethical considerations in every facet of its development. From master planning to investment decisions, this developer infuses real estate brilliance into its projects. G&Co delivers top-of-the-line services, and this holistic approach resonates with its values and diverse, loyal clientele. A significant 60% of their clients, drawn from various property markets, repeatedly invest in their vision. Located at the heart of Dubai, the projects developed at G&Co are deeply rooted in extensive research, experience, and an idea to sculpt a more sustainable habitat for its residents. Beyond brick and mortar, the dedication of G&Co while developing properties in Dubai extends to supporting various social responsibility campaigns, encompassing areas from training and research to arts and culture.