- Save your time and energy because the civil registry office is now at Town Center, MARAKEZ’s newest shopping mall and one of East Cairo’s favorite shopping destinations
- MARAKEZ Opens the 3rd Civil Registry at its facilities at Mall of Arabia, Mall of Tanta and now Town Center
- Town Center is a one-stop shop for shopping, dining and entertainment as well as a wide range of important governmental services through the Civil Registry Office in a hassle-free environment
Cairo, Egypt:– MARAKEZ, one of the largest mixed-use developers in Egypt, has opened a new Civil Registry Office in its newest shopping destination, Town Center, in East Cairo.
Town Center is located at the intersection of the Ring Road and Ismailia-Cairo Road, which is one of the most important intersection in Greater Cairo linking the mall to various neighbourhoods in Greater Cairo including New Cairo, Ismailia, Sherouk, Obour, Nasr City, Heliopolis as well as other governorates. Located near the new Adly Mansour Metro station and the electric train, Town Center attracts visitors coming from neighbouring governorates for its wide range of retail shops and entertainment activities in its 64,000 sqm premises. Town Center is now aiming to facilitate multiple governmental services to the 2 million people living and working in the vicinity.
The newly opened Civil Registry Office is located in the mall, open weekdays from 10 am to 4 pm, and offers a wide variety of governmental services in a hassle-free environment. Services include issuing birth, marriage, divorce, and/or death certificates, as well as renewing one’s National ID or issuing one for the first time.
In addition, Town Center is preparing to welcome a Commercial Registry Office in the near future. It will offer several important government services such issuing and updating commercial registers, issuing data certificates and negative certificates, delivering all demands of Misr El Raqameya’s portal registering, searching the entry in the commercial registry, providing information and evidence for a commercial register, providing single registration renewal, and registry of a facility that is not listed. For a full overview of services, visit the Misr El Raqameya website.
The expansion of governmental services across MARAKEZ’s commercial properties in Egypt stems from an ongoing collaboration between ITDA, the Ministry of Supply and Internal Trade and MARAKEZ. Both organizations share a commitment to facilitate greater community access and convenience to important government services.
About MARAKEZ for Real Estate Investment
MARAKEZ is a subsidiary of the Saudi Arabian conglomerate and largest mall developer and operator in the region – The Fawaz AlHokair Group. MARAKEZ is one of the largest mixed-use developers in Egypt with a portfolio of projects with one of the highest recurring revenue profiles in the country. Anchored by the flagship Mall of Arabia in West Cairo, MARAKEZ projects include the first residential towers in 6thOctober, AEON, as well as D5M, Mindhaus and District Five residential project in New Katameya. In addition to the opening of Mall of Tanta in 2019, Town Center in 2020 and the upcoming opening of D5M in 2022 and Mall of Mansoura in 2023.
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