The show kicked off on a high note following a visit from the Minister of Housing, Utilities and Urban Development, Moustafa Madbouly, who announced the government’s plans for the real estate sector at the start of the show, revealing that they would be auctioning more than 75,000 land plots next month.
The Minister’s visit was then followed by exhibitors launching and providing updates on existing projects across the country. Egypt’s leading developers touted their latest projects, with most developments featuring a strong emphasis on lifestyle and community living, a popular trend in the Egyptian residential market. Exhibitors showcased neighbourhoods complete with community retail facilities, as well as education and healthcare facilities.
Some of this year’s most prominent projects included: Coast 82 from Hyde Park Developments; Blues Tiffany from Platinum Sponsor, PROJECTS; Tatweer Misr’s Fouka Bay, Bloomfields, and IL Monte Galala; October Plaza from SODIC; Mousa Coast from Misr Italia; and Talaat Moustafa Group showcased Madinaty and Al Rehab City, in New Cairo, and Four Seasons Sharm El-Sheikh.
For many developers, participating at this year’s Cityscape Egypt was a way