Kamal Bahgat, Assistant Vice President of the New Urban Communities Authority for Urban Development has inspected the work progress in the Maspero Triangle area, accompanied by Mohamed El Ghamrawy, head of the Maspero Triangle Development Authority, as well as other housing officials, Invest-Gate reports.
The housing officials inspect the ongoing alternative housing project for its original residents, in addition to the Nile Towers project, and the Concorde Towers project.
Bahgat affirms that this tour is under the directives of Assem El Gazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities, stressing that the ongoing projects have to continue in full swing and with no delays.
For his part, El Ghamrawy states that the Maspero Triangle development project spans over an area of ​​6.2 acres, and consists of a 19,220 sqm basement, a 16,970 sqm ground commercial floor, and a 15,800 sqm first floor (upper garage) for 280 cars.
Furthermore, he points out that the project includes two alternative housing towers for original residents, each of which consists of 18 residential floors, with a total of 468 housing units, with advanced completion rates, in addition to the implementation of a third investment tower with a height of 23 residential floors for 134 housing units, and a fourth administrative tower consists of a basement, a ground commercial floor, and 15 floors.