$45 Billion - The New Capital
The new administrative capital will strengthen and diversify the country's economic potential by creating new places to live, work and visit for 7 million people. To draw people to this new city, a series of key catalyst developments will be established at its core. This will include a new government administrative district, a cultural district, and a wide variety of urban neighborhoods. According to the plans, the city would become the new administrative and financial capital of Egypt, housing the main government departments and ministries, as well as foreign embassies.
The country estimates around US$ 8 billion to be invested in the new capital within the coming 10 years. China is establishing an electric train with 11 stops and providing the wagons against a US$ 740 million loan. The train will link the capital with main key cities and accelerate the migration of locals to the new capital. It will also facilitate the transport of goods and production materials to and from the cities and industrial areas located along the railway line.
$19 Billion - The Golden Triangle Industrial City
The Golden Triangle, a new economic zone located between Qena, Safaga and Al Qusair, is considered one of the richest areas in mining sources accounting for 75% of Egypt's mining minerals. The project is implemented by Italian Consultancy D'Appolonia, seeking to attract US$ 19 billion investments. The project aims to establish a new industrial capital by building an industrial, commercial, mineral, and touristic zone to serve, not only Egypt, but the African continent.
$10 Billion - New Al Alamain City
Al-Alamein region, once a battleground during World War II, is now being developed to become a second Alexandria and will offer investment opportunities in tourism, healthcare, logistics, agriculture, industry, education, and energy, for an estimated initial investment value of US$ 10 billion. Currently, a new city is being developed by the government on the coastline of the Mediterranean, amidst the dozens of new touristic projects that the area is famous for. It is in the Governorate of Matrouh west of Alexandria
$20bn Entertainment District
The Entertainment District, spanning 4,256 acres, will be in in Egypt’s New Administrative Capital, which has been under construction since 2015. The project will be developed in three phases over a period of 10 years. It will include construction of 4-star and 6-star resorts and themed hotels, luxury homes, villas and high-rises; a wellness centre; high-end and regional shopping and dining; a VIP golf course and other recreational and green space activities and theme parks.
$8.5 Billion October Oasis
October Oasis is Mega Urban Development Project spearheaded by New Urban Communities’ Authority at the Ministry of Housing. It is a city in Giza Governorate, a satellite town and part of the urban area of Cairo, Egypt, 32 km (20 miles) outside the city.
Construction cost for October Oasis has been put at $8.5 billion allowing it to rank as one of the biggest construction projects in Egypt.
$8.5 Billion Al Habtoor City Cairo
Three 5 stars hotels, three luxury residential towers, six mid-rise residential buildings, 204 luxury villas, An international school, shopping mall and polo club with two polo fields.
$10 Billion Mostakbal City
Integrated mixed-use green city on 11,000 acres along the Cairo-Suez road. The development is divided into five phases. 50% of the project land is dedicated for open green spaces.
$5 Billion Hyde Park New Cairo
An integrated 18,000 units residential project in New Cairo Developer: DP World Stage: Construction Estimated value: $5.6 billion Scope: 3,000 villas and townhouses, and 88 residential buildings. The project is built on 4.7 million square metersof land and includes an office park,retail complex, schools and healthcare facilities.
Al Galala City And Tourist Compound
Galala City is considered as one of the largest Egyptian development projects, with a unique tourist-attractive location, virgin beaches and a high altitude that gives the city the climatic advantage of a temperature drop below sea level of 10 degrees. It has already attracted investments of more than US$ 100 million in the last two years. The City is located on the highest mountain plateau between Ain Sukhna and Zafarana and overlooks the Red Sea coast. It lies approximately 170 kilometers away from the Cairo International Airport and 50 kilometers away from Port Sokhna.
East Ismailia - Technology Valley Zone
A new center for high-tech industries, as well as educational and scientific research institutions, East Ismailia is located 10 km east of the Suez Canal and covers an area of 71 km2. With excellent electricity and water supply, East Ismailia offers ample prospects for light and medium industry, research and development facilities, as well as commercial ventures and services. A tunnel is currently under construction to link East Ismailia with the Egyptian mainland, greatly decreasing east to west transportation time.