Egypt’s Minister of Housing Assem El-Gazzar followed up on worker housing and a medical complex in the New Administrative Capital with the Head of Badr City Development Authority Ammar Mandour, Invest-Gate reports.
El-Gazzar stressed the need to accelerate the second phase of the employee residential project to start handovers. Its 4,704-unit first stage eased mobility for workers in the government district, he said.
Mandour said roads, utilities, and electrics are 93% complete on the complex.
Mandour also updated the minister on the Badr University-led Medical City project. Covering 136 acres, its first 53-acre phase is under construction while a ministerial decree covers the remaining 83 acres.
The facility within the planned city aims to improve citizen healthcare alongside Badr Hospital and ministry clinics. Its role in medical services was discussed on a visit by Mandour, MP Muhammad Suleiman, and university head Hassan Al-Qala.
Officials continue closely tracking development timelines to aid the new capital’s population. The updates show Egypt’s efforts in developing integrated urban infrastructure as it builds out the futuristic city.