Egypt’s Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly has inspected the project to develop the Magra El-Oyoun area, along with a number of urban development projects in Cairo.
He was accompanied by Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities Assem El-Gazzar, Minister of Local Development Hisham Amna, and Governor of Cairo Khaled Abdel-Aal.
Magra El-Oyoun area project is being implemented by the New Urban Communities Authority, the Egyptian Prime Minister followed the progress of work with all its components within this project.
Madbouly pointed out that the visit to the Magra El-Oyoun area development project comes after the start of the procedures for offering housing units in it, with the aim of pushing work on the rest of its elements and components, for the speedy completion of it, as it contributes to highlighting this area in the heart of Cairo in a distinctive civilized image.
The prime minister listened to an explanation from El-Gazzar, who indicated that the project in its first phase witnessed the implementation of 79 residential buildings, of different heights, on an area of 95 acres, comprising 1924 housing units, and 18 commercial units, pointing to the progress in the completion rates of the buildings.
He also followed up on the executive position of the hotel-administrative commercial building, which includes the implementation of an entertainment commercial mall, as the Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities indicated that the completion rate of this building reaches 90%, as it is currently witnessing the completion of finishing works and a number of other equipment.
Abdulmutallab Mamdouh, the Vice President of the New Urban Communities Authority, explained that the commercial mall, which is being implemented within the Magra El-Oyoun project, is built on an area of 51 thousand square meters, and includes restaurants, cafes, shops, cinemas, and has an open theatre in front of the mall with an area of 1,000 square metres. It also includes an art gallery and a garage that accommodates 1,355 cars, with the establishment of a tourist hotel with a capacity of 1,200 different hotel rooms.
Madbouly indicated that the situation of the area today indicates that 2,000 families have been moved to civilized apartments, at the highest level in Badr City, in order to be near the Al-Rubiki area, in which the new tannery area was established, so that they are close to their place of work.