Emaar Misr; Everything You Need To Know

Emaar Misr is one of the largest real estate companies in Egypt and its headquarters is in the United Arab Emirates.

Also Emaar’s Founder Mohamed Alabbar is an Emirati businessman and global entrepreneur. He is the founder and chairman of Emaar Properties, the developer of assets such as the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall.   

Emaar Misr Profile

Firstly, Emaar Egypt, Founded in 1997 implemented during those years many successful projects residential projects, real estate projects, and commercial project.

It has projects in the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America where it has established many successful and advanced projects. 

2002, Emaar Misr, an Egyptian subsidiary of Emaar Properties, developed of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina on the eastern harbor of Alexandria.

Library of Alexandria

 In 2008, Emaar Misr began working on a tourist resort called Marassi in Sidi Abdel Rahman.

Located along the Mediterranean coast, including a hotel with 3000 rooms, marina, and a golf course.

Marassi

 In 2018, Emaar announced the re-innovation of a hotel called Al-Alamein Hotel and Resort, located on the Mediterranean coast  

Emaar Projects in Egypt

 In Addition to a diverse portfolio, Each of Emaar Misr projects has its own unique style that suits the community.

Above all, They instill the “Emaar Quality” branding their name as the standard for what is upscale in real estate.   

International Designers

 Moreover, Emaar Egypt aims to provide lifestyle communities with a focus on design excellence across its developments.  

Likewise, some of the notable architects that contributed to Emaar Egypt’s premium developments: Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo, Bermello and many more.   

Emaar Misr Construction Quality

Emaar’s Construction Site

  In Conclusion, Emaar Egypt wants to fulfil the highest local and international quality standards in construction, from requirements to testing.

So For more details and information you can check our Youtube Channel or our Facebook Page

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