Arqa Development Group has contracted with Sabbour and KAD for executing and managing I-Business Park.
ADG has contracted with the leading Egyptian companies in Engineering consultation, Sabbour, for executing constructions and Property management, KAD, for its new project I-Business Park.
ADG is aiming to continue a record of majestic projects in UAE, such as the Abu Dhabi Corniche and the Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi. Therefore, the decisions of choosing the leading Egyptian companies for Engineering consultation and property management comes in the context of building world-class projects.
The Real Estate developer seeks to provide investors with exceptional advantages in terms of location, quality, facilities, and amenities. I-Business Park is designed to compete with Dubai Towers. In a strategic location in Downtown square and directly located in Bin Zayed road and the Green River and close to the highlighted landmarks and districts of the New Capital City; The government district and, the ministerial district.
ARQA guarantees exceptional advantages by contracting with Sabbour in terms of, designing engineering panels, quality of construction materials, Likewise, KAD company will guarantee exceptional facilities and amenities including but not limited; Customer Service Desk and information, trained first aiders, CCTV, PM, and interactive kiosks.
I Business Park Towers offer administrative, medical, and commercial units with 360-degree panoramic views of the Green River and the iconic tower and premium glass elevators with magnificent views on the Administrative Capital City. The towers will include various stores for global brands and Sumptuous shopping, and an entertainment area with classy restaurants, cafes, and cinemas.
Dr. Mahmoud Helmy the CEO, has announced that Arqa Development aims to achieve sustainability in the Egyptian real estate market and take the role of executing world-class projects befitting the economic future of Egypt, that the political leadership has announced since starting the planning and construction of the New Capital City in 2015.