Visit New Administrative Capital

Situated on the Cairo-Suez Road and Cairo-Ain Sokhna Road, adjacent to New Cairo, Mostakbal City, and Madinaty on an area of 170,000 acres, with a targeted population of 6.5 million by 2050, is the New Administrative Capital of Egypt. The first phase of the New Capital is being developed over an area of over 40,000 acres set for delivery in 2020 and the second phase over 15,000 acres. The Smart City is designed to include 20 residential districts, a 35 kilometer “Green River” crossing the city , projected to be the largest park in the world, and its universities over the space of 5,000 acres, a Central Business District built over 500 square meters, a Government District to house a New Presidential Palace, Parliament, and 32 Ministries, as well as Foreign Embassies. It will also feature 1,250 Mosques and Churches, a 5,000-seat conference center, nearly 2,000 schools and colleges, over 600 medical facilities. Connecting to Cairo is one of two Monorails to be launched in Greater Cairo and to be completed by 2020, an Electric Train project as well as an International Airport. 


Visit New Alamein

Alamein is located 34 kilometers west of Alexandria to the western border of Egypt on the Mediterranean sea. Built over an area of 50,000 acres with the first phase 8,000 acres to be completed by the end of 2019, it targets a population of 3 million in the first phase. The new city is master planned to include 15 residential towers overseeing a 14 km long international promenade along the beach. In addition to a diverse number of amenities, it will include a 44-acre World Medical Center, a 296-acre Hotel Area with a foreseen capacity of 25,000 keys and a World Tourism Center. The New Alamain City is the government’s icon of a future vision for development, a multi-billion pound fourth generation eco-city which will be reflected in its eco-oriented infrastructure, aiming at sustainable development, exploring water desalination and other renewable energy methods. It comes with the new concept of an open-to-the-public tourism city on the North Coast, taking a different approach than the private resorts spread across the sea line. The Ministry of Housing aims to complete the construction of the first phase, an area developed on a total area of 41,000 acres. 

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