Cornerstone Development promotes its flagship project in the New Administrative Capital (NAC), or “The Curve,” with flexible payment plans of up to nine years, exclusively during its participation in Cityscape Egypt, which runs from November 4 to 7 at Egypt International Exhibition Center (EIEC).
On the sidelines of the country’s most-awaited property show, Cornerstone Development CEO Ashraf Boulos affirmed, “The company will provide exceptional offers to clients during the exhibition, including gifts of purchase vouchers for electrical appliances.”
When clients seal deals for houses with a price tag of EGP 2 mn, they will receive a voucher to buy electrical appliances for EGP 60,000. Better yet, if the unit costs EGP 3 mn, they get a voucher for EGP 80,000 worth of devices, Boulous elaborated.
“Cornerstone also provides special gifts to its real estate marketing partners to incite them to achieve the target. This will create new mechanisms that keep pace with the company’s excellence and contribute to achieving added value to the market,” he further stated.
Upon conclusion of Cityscape Egypt, buyers can book residential units when settling for five- and eight-year payment plans for homes at The Curve.
Recently, the Egypt-based developer has obtained ministerial approval for project implementation, with construction work coming soon for delivery before 2024. Designed by one of the leading consulting offices in New York as well as Yasser Al Beltagy Architects, The Curve comprises residences of areas ranging from 80 to 320 square meters.
Located in NAC’s R8 District, the gated community features extensive green spaces that cover 82% of its total area, whereas properties handed over with an 80% Flexi finish system. It includes a diverse mix of facilities and amenities, notably a commercial mall, an administrative building, as well as several cultural, social, and sports services.
According to Boulos, Cornerstone intends to further expand into the new capital by carrying out additional real estate projects, while eyeing promising opportunities in coastal cities such as New Alamein and Ain Sokhna, in line with the state’s plans for urban development.
Cornerstone holds a strong foundation to consolidate its name among the leading Egyptian property developers in the near future. “We will hand over units to clients in accordance with the agreed specifications and delivery dates, while also creating a wide customer base,” the CEO was quoted as saying.