Uptown Cairo Brings Luxury to Heart of the City

  • 16 years ago
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At the highest point of Cairo is a new development that will bring the most stylish living to the heart of this vibrant city. Uptown Cairo will have eleven villages in the Mukattam section of the city, and it will have a vibrant town center as well as clubs, hotels, golf courses, restaurants and more.
The development will be on the hillside that overlooks the city and have low rise homes as well as some buildings as tall as 22 floors. All of the properties in Uptown Cairo will have great views of the city and surrounding areas. This city within the city will have everything you need to live easily, yet will also be within easy reach of all the major attractions and businesses that Cairo is famous for.
This new development will be constructed around the Uptown Cairo Golf Course, which is being sculpted out of the rocks and landscape to make an ideal course for all levels of players. After a round on the course, you can relax in the luxury spa with world-class treatment. Or, instead of the golf course, you can enjoy tennis, running trails, soccer fields and swimming pools in the sports club.
The homes, consisting of apartments, townhouses and villas in Mediterranean, Spanish and Tuscan architectural styles, are set in lushly landscaped surroundings with generous floor plans that accentuate the feeling of space. The well-detailed homes also feature built-in wardrobes, furnished kitchens, central air-conditioning, spacious balconies and generous picture windows.
Mr Sameh Muhtadi, Chief Executive Officer of Emaar Misr for Development S.A.E., noted: “As a vibrant new town centre in the making, Uptown Cairo is a keenly anticipated development, and will deliver a world-class lifestyle for Egypt. Apart from modern homes, Uptown Cairo will also be a magnet for commercial enterprises and for hospitality and leisure outlets.”
Construction is ongoing, and villas and apartments are available currently off-plan for the first of the 11 villages. The first units are expected to be available for handover in early 2010.
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