Cityscape Egypt 2019 held its eighth edition of the country’s largest networking exhibition at the Egyptian National Exhibition Center (EIEC) from March 27 to 30, with an expanded portfolio of exhibitors and a number of new project launches, reinforcing how the show is at the heart of a re-invigorated Egyptian real estate.
More than 60 companies, including industry heavyweights and first-time participants, offered flagship projects with a full gamut of new-to-market real estate solutions at the four-day show, which ran across EIEC’s four halls.
This year’s exhibitors, up 25% from the 2018 edition, have set out their stall to engage discerning property investors and serious buyers with a diverse range of projects, from the latest in gated communities to the New Administrative Capital’s (NAC) first fully furnished homes, and smart homes in Sheikh Zayed.
“The market is evolving, demand for variety is rising and as a result, the biggest names in the industry, joined by those looking to make their mark, have opened with an intent to set themselves apart from the competition, from the outset,” Chris Speller, Cityscape Group Director of Informa Exhibitions, said in an official statement.
Among the exhibitors opening Cityscape Egypt 2019 with a host of new projects to meet the needs of investors is Al Futtaim Group Real Estate which launched three projects at its Cairo Festival City, Oriana IV, Aura Apartments, and The Podium.
Oriana IV is an extension of is an extension of Oriana Villas within a gated community inside Cairo Festival City, offering 600 units spread across 830,000 square meters of land, while featuring lush green landscapes, plazas, and paved walkways. Additionally, Aura Apartments comprises 14 6-story buildings totaling 405 units. As for The Podium, it is Cairo Festival City’s commercial complex catering to the new generation of entrepreneurs, providing six five-story buildings with panoramic views of the area, plazas, and private recreational areas.
Emaar Misr also unveiled three new projects, Streets of Dreams Villas in Uptown Cairo; Marassi Villas and Mivida. The developer also announced flexible purchasing options of 0% down payment and eight-year payment plans.
Meanwhile, City Edge Developments unveiled its newest residential projects, Baroque and Al Masqsad, located in the New Administrative Capital (NAC) while showcasing Etapa, a smart community in the center of Sheikh Zayed.
Arabia for Development and Urban Progress also pulled the covers off Sun Capital, a mixed-use development featuring residential, retail and commercial properties, along with hospitals and universities, inspired by several Egyptian architectural methods such as Pharaonic architecture.