Egypt’s Memaar Al Morshedy to start mixed-use project in Jan 2020

The 363ha project's construction, on a plot of land owned by Administrative Control Authority, will last four years

Work will start by January 2020.
Memaar Al Morshedy
Work will start by January 2020.

Real estate developer Memaar Al Morshedy is reportedly planning to build a 363ha mixed-use project on the northern coast of Egypt, with work commencement expected in January 2020 and due to run for four years.

According to Thomson Reuters, Memaar Al Morshedy's branch manager, Waleed Rezk, said the project would involve the development of a 37ha Lake Front residential project in October Gardens, Giza, by mid-2020, in partnership with Egypt's Administrative Control Authority.

Administrative Control Authority owns the plot of land where the development is located, and the authority will reportedly be entitled to 600 units out of the total 1,302 residences to be built.

The project will be designed by Spain’s VDP Design, Egypt’s Raef Fahmy Architects, and US-based Hadid Design. 

Most popular


CW Oman Awards 2020: Meet the winners
A round of the thirteen winning names at the Construction Week Oman Awards 2020 that


Leaders UAE 2020: Building a sustainable, 'resilient' infra
AESG’s Phillipa Grant, Burohappold’s Farah Naz, and Samana's Imran Farooq on a sustainable built environment
CW In Focus | Inside the Leaders in KSA Awards 2019 in Riyadh
Meet the winners in all 10 categories and learn more about Vision 2030 in this

Latest Issue

Construction Week - Issue 767
Sep 01, 2020