Sabbour Consulting and Hometown Real Estate Development contracted to design and supervise the implementation of Zaha Park New Capital, a commercial administrative project, in the New Administrative Capital (NAC).
Founder of Sabbour Consulting, Hussein Sabbour said, “According to the contract, our office will provide all engineering consultations for the design works, and supervise the implementation of the project with an approximate area of 7,200 sqm in the MU23 area between R2 and R3 for Hometown Real Estate Development.”
Sabbour explained that the office provides engineering services to local and foreign companies besides government agencies in various fields of architecture and engineering, adding that the office currently has a portfolio of various projects and will play a prominent role in the new cities being implemented, especially in educational projects in the NAC and New Alamein.
Diaa Al Din Farag Kahlil, CEO of Hometown, said that the project consists of 10 floors, implemented over two phases. The first phase includes three commercial floors with a total area of 6,400 sqm, and with unit areas ranging from 35 to 200 sqm, with an average of 30 shops per floor. The second phase includes seven medical and administrative floors with a total area of 17,000 sqm, with spaces ranging from 28 to 200 sqm.
Kahlil added that underground garages will be implemented to serve the mall’s visitors and that the roof contains gardens and water fountains on an approximate area of 1,200 sqm for staff rest, as well as other services, landscape, and dancing fountains on an approximate area of 5,000 sqm.
Furthermore, Kahlil pointed out that Egypt’s urban development is progressing rapidly with the great support of the state in establishing fourth generation cities, especially the NAC and New Alamein, as well as the legislative reforms and the investment climate in the real estate sector.
He also revealed that the company plans to partner with the public sector to finalise the development process undertaken by the state in recent years in order to ensure the strength of the Egyptian economy and increase its attractiveness.