Counsel Masters, one of the leading companies working in the field of consultancy and services for commercial agencies and hotel management, tourism and commercial projects, holds a ceremony to launch the Mamshah  Ahl Masr project, Invest-Gate reports.

This comes after the completion of the first phase, which is located between Imbaba Bridge and May 15 Bridge, overlooking the hotels’ area with a total length of 1.8 km. It’s noteworthy that Counsel  Masters is currently working on managing, operating, and marketing the commercial part of the project.

The ceremony is attended by Prime Minister Mustafa Madbouly,  Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, Assem El Gazzar, Deputy Minister of Housing and Urban Communities Khaled Abbas, Head of the Engineering Authority of the Armed Forces Ihab El-Far,  Vice President of the New Urban Communities Authority for Development and Cities Development Abdul Muttalib Mamdouh,  Assistant Minister of Housing and Urban Communities Walid Abbas, Vice President of the Urban Communities Authority for Real Estate and Commercial Affairs  Hatem Mahmoud.

Furthermore, the ceremony hosts the Governor of Cairo Khaled Abdel Aal, Director of Cairo Security Ashraf El-Gendy,  Director of Investigations of the General Administration of Tourism Police and Antiquities Medhat Montaser, CEO & Chairman of the Board of Directors of Consuel Masters  George Metry, Managing Director of the Board of Directors in Counsel Masters Consulting Malak El-Ashiry, Member of the Board of Directors of Counsel MastersTarek El-Ashiry, and CEO of City Edge Mohamed El-Dahan.

El  Gazzar indicates that Mamsha Ahl Masr  includes a walkway of gradual levels along the Corniche, with an average width of 4.5 m for the upper walkway. The average width of the lower walkway is 6.5 m and it also includes several facilities, namely: five restaurants, five cafeterias, 56 shops, three garages with a total capacity of 180 cars, in addition to three terraces with a total length of 315 m, accommodating 1240 people.

He further remarks that the project first stage features a 275 sqm- theater, accommodating 772 people, in addition to landscapes and fountains. El Gazzar highlights that work is in full swing to complete the remaining three phases, in coordination with the Engineering Authority, which is supervising the implementation. In parallel with that, the lighting of the facades of all buildings surrounding the Ahl Masr project will be developed.

Moreover, El Gazzar explains that the second phase of the Mamsha Ahl Masr project, with a length of 3.2 km, is as follows:

– The distance from Qasr El Nil Bridge to October Bridge is 0.8 km long.

– The distance from October Bridge to May 15 Bridge is 1.1 km long.

– The extension from Imbaba Bridge to Sahel Bridge is 1 km long.

As for the third phase, he elaborates, “It extends to three km and consists of two sectors. The northern sector of the Tahya Misr Bridge to the Coast Bridge at a length of 1.9 km, while the southern sector extends from Qasr El Nil Bridge to the Meridian Bridge at a length of 1.1 km.”

Reflecting on this milestone,  Metry  states, “Since the beginning, we have had a clear  goal to manage and operate Mamashah Ahl Masr project within the framework of international standards and the  application of an integrated strategy we set to provide a unique experience for the walkway visitors.”

Mamsha Ahl Masr is a walkway overlooking the Nile River and open to all people within the state’s plan to develop Cairo and create large public spaces for entertainment, tourism and shopping.

The project covers 7,100 sqm and features 45 units, 30 restaurants and 15 shops, noting that about 78% of the shops in the walkway have been rented so far. It also encompasses 50 food carts for service and commercial activities and an open 500m-theater, which qualifies the walkway to accommodate more than 10,000 visitors.

It is worth mentioning that the event is complemented with a Nile tour with a Cafelluca Nile trip to enjoy the charming view over the Nile.