The Inauguration of Phase I of New Mansoura City
Tuesday، 10 January 2023 - 04:10 PM
A sustainable city and a tourist and services capital for the northern Delta. It is a capital of leisure and beach tourism in the Delta region, a center of attraction for the region’s inhabitants and also a center for regional services and economic activities on the coastal axis. This is because it is aligned with the National Strategy for Climate Change, as it achieves sustainable economic growth with low levels of emissions, encourages digital transformation and has the capacity for adaptation to climate changes. It is one of the sustainable cities that shaped Egypt’s vision in launching an initiative on Global Sustainable Cities, in cooperation with the UN Development Program in the recent Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP27).
It is a vibrant city, with activities on a planned 1800-feddan area of green land, constituting around 25% of the total area of the city; the first phase of the city cost 24 billion pounds. 225 feddans of the phase’s area were allocated to the private sector.
It encompasses 11,232 housing units, with areas ranging from 120-150 square meters, in addition to green areas and swimming pools for children inside the residential complexes
It includes 4704 housing units, built at a total cost of 1.6 billion pounds, with areas ranging from 106-118 square meters
It houses 2103 units, built at a total cost of 3.6 billion pounds, with areas ranging from 450-850 square meters
Housing Project for All Egyptians (coastal character); 1392 housing units, with areas ranging from 95-100 square meters
It is 4.2-km long and cost a total of 600 million pounds. It features pergolas, seating areas, cafeterias and WCs
It extends along the coastal road, with a length of 2.4 km, at a total cost of 175 million pounds. It features pedestrian and bicycle pathways, seating areas, cafeterias, and restaurants.
It encompasses four universities, including the fully-functioning faculty of international law, as well as the faculties of dentistry, pharmacy, and engineering, which are partially functioning. This is in addition to a quality care medical center.
2 model schools, 5 mosques (built through donations), 3 churches (one is under construction, while construction will begin in the other 2), international school, 8 commercial markets, water desalination plants, transformer station, tertiary treatment plant.