Misr Italia properties launches a new phase at Cairo business park

The new office building, dubbed "Allure 2.0", aims to create an ideal and efficient work environment for business professionals

Misr Italia properties launches a new phase at Cairo business park

Misr Italia Properties (MIP) has announced the launch of a new phase at Cairo Business Park, New Cairo’s first fully integrated business community. The new office building, dubbed “Allure 2.0”, aims to create an ideal and efficient work environment for business professionals.

Cairo Business Park new release “Allure 2.0” is set to provide business spaces that vary from 60 to 290 m2 with a competitive installment plan for more than six years. The unique location of “Allure 2.0” is close to one of the three main gates of the project, overlooking the main road, and is only seconds away from Hilton Garden Inn Hotel and Central Park Area. It has access to the diverse facilities of the park guaranteeing a stress-free atmosphere for employees to help boost their productivity.

“At Misr Italia Properties, we always aspire to provide our clients with unique concepts and designs to meet their evolving needs,” said Mohamed Hany El-Assal, CEO of Misr Italia Properties. “With the launch of “Allure 2.0” at Cairo Business Park, we take on more steps in our quest to provide a fully-integrated work environment for businesses and employees to help boost their productivity as a vital driver for business growth,” he added.

Strategically located in New Cairo, Cairo Business Park has access to several main roads for smoother commuting for tenants and visitors. The project is five minutes away from Cairo - Suez Road and the Ring Road. It is 15 minutes away from Cairo International Airport for the convenience of business travelers.

Misr Italia Properties introduced the first phase of Cairo Business Park in June 2020 “Allure Executive Offices”. Cairo Business Park aligns with the company’s vision to expand in the administrative sector by introducing trend-setting concepts with innovative designs and a wide array of amenities to achieve work/life balance.

Spanning over 18 acres, Cairo Business Park consists of 42 administrative buildings with various office spaces. It encompasses state-of-the-art facilities including a pedestrian zone, restaurants and cafes, gym, mini-market, nursery, bookstore, beauty salon, a hotel among others. In addition, Misr Italia Properties signed a partnership deal with Etisalat Misr to develop the smart infrastructure of the project to provide clients with premium digital and internet services. The project also has the largest independent underground parking area in an administrative project in East Cairo.


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