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Business - Real Estate

Amwal AlGhad EN - 2017-02-15 10:35:57
The International Council for Small Business (ICSB), announced last week the appointment of Dr. Ahmed Shalaby, the Managing Director of Tatweer Misr, as Vice President and non-voting board member in the Council. In that capacity, Tatweer Misr MD will be working closely to establish several international universities in Egypt, in cooperation with the Council. The International Council for Small Business (ICSB) was founded in 1955, as a non-profit organization devoted to continuing management education for entrepreneurs, on the belief that enlightened small business management is necessary for successful and profitable small business; which is essential to our national economies. To serve that purpose, the council develops practices for potential entrepreneurs and existing small business owner/managers through education, research, and free exchange of ideas. It also stands as a global platform for exchanging ideas and experience on management assistance for small business. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2017-02-14 12:54:54
Crystal Lagoons, a leading international water innovation company, said Monday it has joined hands with Egyptian property developer Madaar to build two lagoons at its $400-million Azha resort in Ain Sokhna, Egypt. A high-end waterfront luxury residential development, Azha is being described as ‘the new capital of Egypt’, on the increasingly popular western Red Sea coast. The 1.6 million-sq-m development will feature a five-star line-up of luxurious amenities including spacious village residences, hotels and serviced apartments, a golf course and clubhouse, shops, community centres, a beach club, sports facilities and parks which is expected to be fully operational by 2020. A key developer of the ‘world’s top amenity’ able to bring an idyllic beach lifestyle anywhere in the world, Crystal Lagoons said the crystal-clear lagoons, which will be the centre piece of the project, will provide ample space for a range of watersports including swimming, kayaking, paddle boarding and windsurfing. Combined, the crystal-clear lagoons, developed at very low construction and maintenance costs, will total over 16 hectares, spanning 6.4 hectares and 10.2 hectares with completion expected at the end of 2018, it stated. On the contract win, Carlos Salas, th regional director (Middle East) at Crystal Lagoons, said: "The announcement marks Crystal Lagoons’ 11th project in Egypt, which is emerging as a key market for the world-leading leisure amenity." "We have witnessed incredible growth in Egypt in the last two years and the country is now our fifth largest market with several projects in the pipeline to increase our presence further. We are not only adding to the aesthetic appeal of a destination, but providing practical recreational and leisure facilities, such as paddle boarding, sailing and kayaking, at low construction and maintenance costs that adds real value to the resort,” stated Salas. Gasser Bahgat, the chief executive of Madaar Developments, said: "We are thrilled to be working with Crystal Lagoons on our flagship project; Azha Ein Sokhna. In Azha, we aim to create an all year-round haven and a tropical sanctuary for our clients." "We will have a long-term co-operation between Madaar and Crystal lagoon in Egypt and internationally. Crystal Lagoons will be part of our vision in transforming Azha into an idyllic beach paradise. We are eager to see both company’s visions come to life," he added. Crystal Lagoons is the only global company with the technological capability to make the development of giant controlled manmade bodies of water economically viable. The company holds two Guinness World Records for the world’s largest lagoon, the first in San Alfonso del Mar, Chile and the second in Sharm El Sheik, Egypt, which is the current world record holder at 12.2 hectares, said Salas. The large crystalline lagoons use 30 times less water than a similar sized golf course and half of the water required to irrigate a park of equivalent size. Designed to be self-cleaning, the lagoons use up to 100 times less chemicals than traditional systems and only two percent of the energy required by conventional filtering technologies, making them incredibly sustainable, he stated. The company recently unveiled a new film-based evaporation technology, which lowers water-waste rates by up to 70 per cent. “We have developed our patented technology and a proven business model to add significant value to a development at a very low cost, and provide substantial ROI for the developer,” revealed Salas. Crystal Lagoons said it has currently over 600 projects, in various stages of development and negotiation, in 60 countries worldwide. "Globally we are providing a viable, affordable long-term solution, despite climate and geographical challenges. The proposition is particularly apt considering we can use any kind of water including brackish from underground aquifers, eliminating the need to consume valuable fresh water resources, something particularly pertinent to our partners in the Middle East," he added. More»
Sayed Badr - 2017-02-13 12:41:36
Egypt’s Ministry of Housing is planning to obtain $100 million from international development partners this year to develop slums, minister Moustafa Madbouly said Sunday.Madouly made these remarks after signing a grant agreement with the African Development Bank (AfDB), adding that the Egyptian government is seeking to end informal settlement problem within two years.  More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2017-02-09 07:23:51
Deutsche Hospitality has extended its portfolio by taking over two more hotels in Egypt. The Taba Hotel and Nelson Village in Taba and the Cairo Pyramids Hotel in Gizeh with immediate effect strengthen the company’s presence in the country as it continues to expand. Cairo Pyramids Hotel offers 304 rooms as well as spectacular views of the Pyramids of Gizeh. Six restaurants and two bars cater to the culinary well-being of guests- who are also able to enjoy a conference and wedding room- a gym, two swimming pools, and a range of shopping facilities. More»
Marwa Hemdan - 2017-02-08 12:03:01
Egypt’s construction firm, Moukhtar Ibrahim has said that it won a new tender to implement some infrastructure works in Khalifa City in UAE. The costs of the infrastructure works are estimated at around 200 million Egyptian pounds ($11 million), Mohamed Al-Khatib – deputy chairman of Moukhtar Ibrahim – told Amwal Al Ghad on Monday. Moukhtar Ibrahim will build new pipelines, Al-Khatib said referring that his company would start actual steps in the project in the next few months. Moukhtar Ibrahim’s total volume of businesses outside Egypt amounts to 500 million pounds, through its branches in Oman, founded in 2000, and in Abu Dhabi, founded in 1994, the Egyptian official stated. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2017-02-08 11:44:51
Palm Hills, Egypt's second largest listed real estate developer, said Tuesday it achieved 2016 contractual sales rose 29 percent to 8.2 billion Egyptian pounds ($540.5 million). The company delivered 2,049 housing units in 2016, surpassing estimates which were 1,800 units, and 30 percent up from 1,573 units delivered during 2015. Palm Hills is currently implementing new works at value of 2.3 billion pounds. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2017-02-07 11:50:20
Egyptian construction companies will be tasked with building the ministerial district in the New Administrative Capital, since no final agreement has been reached with the China Construction Company, Ahram Arabic news website reported Monday. An Egyptian joint stock company has been tasked with building the NAC since May 2016, according to the chairman of the New Administrative Capital for Urban Development. The Egyptian contractors had offered better prices than the Chinese company, Al-Ahram reported. In September 2015, Egypt signed an agreement with the China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), also known as China Construction, to build and finance part of the NAC. The ministerial district will include ministries, government agencies and the president's office. The mega project aims to revive the ailing economy and reduce unemployment. More»
Marwa Hemdan - 2017-02-06 13:18:45
Egypt’s Arab Contractors takes the lead in the volume of mandated works in the country’s new administrative capital city, carrying out a total of more than 2 billion Egyptian pounds ($108.5 million). The company implements residential buildings and infrastructure works in the Government District in Egypt’s anticipated administrative capital city. “We are currently carrying out 78 residential buildings in two phases in addition to the main utilities network in the Government District, including water and sanitation lines and roads.” Sayed Farouk, vice chairman of Arab Contractors told Amwal Al Ghad. Egypt unveiled plans for what it presented as a new administrative capital at an economic development conference earlier in March 2015, which was attended by 2,000 delegates from 112 nations, including heads of state, top multinational company executives and directors from the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. The city will be built east of Cairo, between Cairo and the planned Suez Canal hub north west of the Gulf of Suez. It will include 1.1 million residential units to house five million inhabitants, as well as an administrative district on 550 feddans of land, with a presidential palace, ministries, government bodies, and embassies, as well as a financial district, according to the plan. The implementation rate in the capital city works is exceeding 60 percent, Farouk said. More»
Marwa Hemdan - 2017-02-05 13:03:11
Egypt’s Misr Engineering Development Company (MEDCOM) targets developing 18 residential buildings in favor of leading property Palm Hills Developments in New Cairo, MEDCOM’s chairman Moataz Mahmoud said Sunday. Speaking to Amwal Al Ghad, Mahmoud stated that the total cost of the development would reach up to 160 million Egyptian pounds ($8.5 million).The Egyptian official further added that his company signed a contract in November 2016 to carry out 18 housing buildings which include 96 units with different spaces. More»
Amwal Al Ghad English - 2017-02-02 10:04:45
The number of Australian home building permits have dropped in December to give back part of a sharp surge in November. Approvals to build or renovate houses and apartments declined by 1.2% from November, and fell by 11.4% from a year earlier, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said Thursday. November saw building approvals rise by 7.5%. Permits to build houses fell by 1.6% from a month earlier, while approvals for apartments and other dwellings rose by 0.9%. Australian housing construction is starting to slow after a number of boom years, but so far the cooling has been slow. This week, Commonwealth Bank of Australia announced a forecast for 2017's new dwelling construction of 212,000, which compares with 2016's 225,000 new dwellings and 2015's record level of 226,000. The major drivers of construction--population and house price growth--should moderate only slightly over 2016, it added. State divergences will be a feature of 2017, with Melbourne and Sydney apartment construction at record levels, CBA said. It forecast national house price growth of 5% in 2017 mainly because of modest household income growth. That compares with a rate of around 10% now. More»