Brouq Developments debuts Spark Capital Insight at New Capital with EGP1.5b in investments

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Brouq Developments, an Egyptian-Gulf Investment Company, has launched its Spark Capital Insight project in the New Administrative Capital (NAC), with investments worth EGP1.5bn, Marketing Director Helal Mohsen has announced.

Mohsen added that the project was built on an area of ​​8,000 sqm in the MU23 area of the NAC. It is located at the intersection of the Al Amal Axis and the Bin Zayed Axis, and overlooks the Green River.

The project was built as a commercial-medical-administrative tower providing several services, including the largest food court on the Green River, hanging restaurants, dynamic elevators, and display screens, among others.

Mimar Engineering Consultancy is in charge of developing the general plan, as a result of its previous work and experience with major real estate companies in the local market.

Mohsen noted that the company plans to direct EGP 8bn of investments in Egypt’s real estate market, in line with the country’s ongoing urban development, which attracts all developers to invest in these cities.

He emphasised that the company offers various and distinct payment systems to customers, starting from 10% down-payment and payment facilities of up to about 14%.

The company provides customers with an electronic application that enables them to get acquainted with the project, view all units, and choose a specific one of their choice. The app is in line with the state’s orientation for digital transformation.

The company has started implementing the drilling works at the project before it is officially marketed, despite it being scheduled for delivery by 2024. This illustrates the company’s financial solvency.

Brouq Developments is the product of cooperation between: the Qatar High Speed Projects (QHSP) company; the UAE’s Al Fada Contracting and General Maintenance; as well as NBS HOLDINGS. All of the companies have strong experience in the field of real estate development.

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