Egyptian-Spanish joint stock firm, Coprosa Prime announced that it is looking to implement a major residential project in partnership with the Egyptian Ministry of Housing within the coming period.
Established in 2015, Coprosa Prime operates in construction, engineering, and real estate fields.
“We had submitted an offer to Egyptian government’s New Urban Communities Authority (NUCA) to get a land plot in Eastern or Western Cairo,” said Coprosa’s international relations manager Salah Monier on Sunday.
Moreover, Coprosa is executing various luxury housing projects in the country’s new administrative capital and New Alamein cities, Monier said.
“These projects will include the establishment of 54 residential buildings, at a cost approaching 2.3 billion Egyptian pounds ($128.6 million),” he added.