City Edge, Counsel Masters Open Phase I of Mamsha Ahl Misr

City Edge, Counsel Masters Open Phase I of  Mamsha Ahl Misr

City Edge Developments announces the opening of phase I of Mamsha Ahl Misr, in the heart of Cairo overlooking Zamalek area to May 15 Bridge, Invest-Gate reports.

Abdul Muttalib Mamdouh, vice president of the New Urban Communities Authority for Development and Cities Development,  states that the idea of ​​establishing Mamsha Ahl Misr in Cairo and various governorates comes within the framework of Egypt’s Vision 2030 to develop the course of the Nile River from Helwan in the south to Shubra El-Kheima in the north, and from both directions in Cairo and Giza, with a length of approximately 52 km, according to environmental studies to which the Ministry of Environment contributed.

For his part, Mohamed El Dahan, CEO of City Edge Developments says that the importance of the project comes as a continuation of the rehabilitation of the old capital of Egypt after the government moved to the NAC and working to restore Cairo to its previous age, by improving the Nile Corniche and making it a tourist destination for all Egyptians.

George Metry, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Consuel Masters, says, “We are proud of our partnership with City Edge Real Estate Development Company to manage and operate a national and huge project such as Mamsha Ahl Misr, which allows us to expand our business and services.”


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