Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly inspects the New Administrative Capital’s (NAC) ongoing projects in the Central Business District (CBD), central parks, and the southern axis of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Invest-gate reports.

During the tour, El Gazzar remarks that the skeleton works of the iconic tower have been completed up to the 75th floor, and the tower’s entire skeleton work is scheduled to complete soon. Additionally, the tower’s facade works have commenced.

It is noteworthy that the skeleton and facade works of all towers are planned to be completed by the end of next December, except for D4, D5, C9, C10, B1, and B2. Moreover, the CBD includes around 20 towers, one of which is the tallest tower in Africa-the iconic tower.

Moreover, Madbouly inspects the R3 District, where El Gazzar states that the completion rate is about 92%. It is worth mentioning that the district covers an area of ​​1,016 acres, and includes 24,130 housing units.

Furthermore, the Prime Minister tours the 10-km central parks and spans over an area of ​​about 1,000 acres.

The official tour also includes inspecting the site of the southern axis of Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed. The axis’s first phase is 12.5 km long and 124 m wide and is scheduled to be handed over by the end of next September.

Madbouly stresses that the timetables of all projects have to be precisely executed in full swing and with no delays, in order to complete all projects soon. Accompanying the prime minister, Assem El Gazzar, Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities, and other ministry officials.