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Founded in 2014, Tatweer Misr is a leading real estate development company renowned for boasting a track-record of award-winning developments that offer a fresh, and innovative outlook on integrated luxury living.
Mostakbal City dedicates 50% of its total land area to green open spaces, and is built to accommodate more than one million inhabitants. The project offers an innovative and futuristic vision for integrated community living, attracting Egypt’s top developers, and investors who not only wish to benefit from its lush landscapes, safe road networks, and solid infrastructure, but most importantly its strategic location that sets it as a future economic hub, as well as a major business and residential Centre. Nestled between New Cairo’s Golden Square, and Cairo’s New Capital, while enjoying a close proximity to Al Ein Al Sokhna, Mostakbal City provides an exclusive invitation for Egypt’s renowned developers to offer signature addresses in what is about to become New Cairo’s soulful extension.
Designed to offer something for just everyone, BLOOMFIELDS is Tatweer Misr’s prime innovative project in Cairo that’s set to become Egypt’s hotbed for startups, entrepreneurs, as well as makers and doers who wish to execute flawlessly at home, in the office or at the gym.
Master Planned by world-renowned Italian architect Gianluca Peluffo and Partners in collaboration with internationally acclaimed Egyptian architect Raef Fahmy, BLOOMFIELDS is inspired by the tree of life, and the natural balance it represents. Artistically conceived to branch out, unfolding a fully integrated town, BLOOmfields lively Centre is grounded by an impressive college town spreading out to boast a variety of gated residential neighborhoods.
Established in 2014, Tatweer Misr is an Egyptian shareholding real estate company, that capitalizes on a wealth of industrial and real estate experience brought to the table by its shareholders. Major shareholders such as Arafa, Daoud and Ahram Groups provide... Read more