New Administrative Capital Named Amongst Best Projects for Sustainable Development in the Arab World

Egypt has been on the lookout for new projects that will forever alter the country’s infrastructure and usher in a new era of modernization. The New Administrative Capital is critical for the country since it will serve as a new center for government buildings, ministries, universities, and corporations to provide a focal point for the country’s businesses.

Therefore, at the Arab League’s headquarters, the Fourth Conference of the Arab Parliament recognized four projects as the best projects and initiatives for sustainable development in the Arab world in 2021, including Egypt’s New Administrative Capital. The conference has focused on the new administrative capital, which some have dubbed the Middle East’s largest smart city, as well as the UAE’s Mars Mission and Saudi Arabia’s NEOM.

The New Administrative Capital city, which costs approximately LE380 billion, will include a central business district that incorporates 19 hotels, residential and administrative towers. Furthermore, the district will include schools, restaurants, and a hospital.

This project is a great step forward for Egypt, as the new project will help reduce traffic congestion in Cairo, which has over 20 million people. The new capital offers all of its services to Egyptians who are not inhabitants, including administrative, recreational, cultural, and other services. Additionally, the plan to relocate state employees to the New Administrative Capital’s government district will be implemented in stages. A true vision comes true!

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