Cairo - Mubasher: City Edge Developments announced the latest construction details for North Edge Towers, its newest project at the North Coast’s New Alamein City.
The project is expected for delivery after two years, and it comprises a number of fully-integrated residential towers that reach up to 40 floors each, featuring stunning lagoon and sea views alongside a beach club and a wide range of commercial and entertainment options.
The towers are the first of their kind in the North Coast as they feature a unique variety of premium facilities and amenities designed according to the highest international standards.
Amenities include 3 heated infinity pools, an air conditioning and ventilation system, first-rate surveillance and security systems, a smart card private parking area, as well as a waste management system, a gym, a jogging track, kids’ area, garages, and storage areas.
“The establishment of New Alamein City and its components fall within the government’s plan to develop the area over the past few years,” said Mohamed El-Alfy, Chairman of City Edge Developments.
“That plan is expected to cause a change in our perception of the North Coast, from being a seasonal spot to a year round, vibrant destination. Being one of Egypt’s fourth generation cities; New Alamein represents an integrated urban community that is efficient and self-sustainable. Spread over more than 48,000 acres, the first phase takes up a total of 8000 acres and comprises two main components; the coastline area, which includes the International Tourism Center, and the archeological district,” El-Alfy added.
The towers are built with materials that resist wind damage and earthquakes through utilizing concrete tiles made of post-tensioned-slabs, using durable materials that resist damage from natural causes.
“The city of New Alamein is projected to attract an estimate of 3 million Egyptians following the delivery of its first phase by the year 2030, said the CEO of City Edgy Developments, Amr El-Kady.
“While planning the designs for North Edge Towers, we took into account that the towers represent a vital aspect in a fourth generation city; a reason that prompted us to apply the highest architectural standards used in smart and integrated cities around the globe.
“We are so far done with 40% of the commercial area, and around 85% of the towers’ foundation,” El-Kady noted.