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Cairo Capital acquires ministerial approval for Lake West development in Sheikh Zayed

Project to be delivered in 2021, says company’s chairperson Ahmed Selim

Cairo Capital Developments has obtained ministerial approval to develop the first phase of Lake West project in west Cairo’s Sheikh Zayed, according to the company’s Chairperson Ahmed Selim.

Selim said on Monday that the company intends to start the project sales next month, adding that the company has begun earthwork in the project’s site to start construction works after obtaining building licenses.

He explained that designs and consulting tasks were assigned to an Egyptian consultant office, revealing that the company plans to deliver the project next year.

Selim elaborated that the Lake West development spans over 22 feddan with 15% built area, which comprises of only 120 villas with areas range between 265-500 sqm, with prices starting from EGP 3.5m per unit.

Cairo Capital has developed two projects in Hadayek October with a total of 300 units, which have been completely sold out. “The company has completed construction works and will deliver the two projects in the coming months,” he noted.

Selim continued: “The company’s plan includes expansion in the green belt area of Sheikh Zayed in light of the high demand, good planning, and it being an extension of Sheikh Zayed City.”

He pointed out that property projects in west Cairo are growing at a steady rate and a proportionate demand with the supply. Moreover, Selim believes that the entry of many major developers to carry out projects in west Cairo will raise competition in this region.

The current period is suitable for presenting real estate offers and new projects. Despite the postponing of the Cityscape Egypt exhibition, companies promotions plans would not be affected, holding the exhibition in the second half of the year would achieve a boom in sales, Selim concluded.

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