Mountain View-iCity to Launch Second Phase in New Cairo
Sunday, 23rd October 2016
Private developer Dar Al Mimar Group, more commonly known as Mountain View, in alliance with Saudi-based Sisban Holding, will launch the second phase of the Mountain View-iCity development in New Cairo.
NUCA to Collaborate with Mountain View to Develop iCity Project
Monday, 6th June 2016
The New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA) Board will issue within days a ministerial order to develop the iCity project with investments worth EGP 31.97 billion ($ 3.6 billion), in collaboration with the Saudi-Egyptian Alliance Mountain View-Sisban.
Egyptian Mountain View, Saudi Sisban to Construct EGP 32B iCity
Thursday, 26th May 2016
The Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities announced in a press release Egypt’s biggest real estate project to date, the iCity. The project will be constructed through a partnership between Egyptian Mountain View and Saudi Sisbain.
Hyde Park – Mountain View
Monday, 5th September 2016
Mountain View is a subsidiary of Dar Al Mimar Group (DMG) considered one of the largest real estate developers in Egypt. The company is seeking to build properties for high-income segments. The group is managed by a multinational team with significant international experience, developing properties that are suitable for all factions, including businessmen, young couples, and families.
One of Mountain View’s projects is Hyde Park, built on a total land of 809,371 square meters, located two minutes away from the Ring Road in the heart of New Cairo, with direct access the largest private landscaped park in New Cairo. In addition, it is within close proximity to the American University in Cairo’s New Cairo campus. It describes itself as a gated community due to the high level of security on the pedestrian walkways, which measure to a total of 7 kilometers.
The Master plan includes building all properties in adherence with American-style architecture villas, apartments, and penthouses where each unit has a park view and is designed with privacy in mind.
Cross over bridges
Diverted alleys of 200 square meters
Queen Victoria memorial
Children’s play area