Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities Assem El Gazzar follows up on the implementation of various projects in New Alamein, one of the fourth-generation cities, Invest-Gate Reports.

New Alamein spans over an area of ​​48,917 acres, with a plan to accommodate 1.6 million people, according to a ministerial statement on January 3.
The city implementation started back in October 2016, under the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, as a part of the National Strategic Plan for Urban Development in Egypt 2052. With its most important goals to double urbanism from 7% to 14%.
“The beach towers in New Alamein City are a prominent and distinctive landmark on the coast. Concrete works have been carried out for 15 towers, finishing works, the glass facades of the towers, and foundation of eight other towers have started,” El Gazzar is quoted as saying.
He further indicates that a triple treatment plant with a capacity of 90,000 m3 / day is being implemented as a first stage, and a transformer station with a capacity of 525 megavolts has been implemented.
New Alamein has also a distinguished housing area, which includes Sakan Misr, the middle-income project, recreational area, and beach towers. All facilities are complemented with parking areas of 3,000-car capacity and an assortment of commercial outlets, according to the official statement.