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Motor City still holds out possibilities for Union Properties to deliver more and creating a sustainable income resource. Image Credit: Virendra Saklani/Gulf News

Dubai: Union Properties, the Dubai developer, has made a comeback from the brink – against a Dh966.75 million loss in 2021, it has put together a net profit of Dh29.9 million in 2022. Revenues were at Dh419.18 million, from Dh398.69 million, as the company keep plugging away at a full-scale turnaround.

This included the launch of a new project recently at Motor City, while Union Properties is also expecting some closure to its negotiations for a debt restructuring with a leading UAE bank. Last week, the developer issued a strong statement, dismissing social media talk that one of its accounts had been put on freeze by a bank. Union Properties clarified that talks are still on with the concerned bank about rescheduling the debt exposure.