The neighborhood offers fully furnished residential units to the former dwellers of a slum area called Tal Al Aqareb in Cairo governorate.
A new city will be built over 29,000 feddans near the New Administrative Capital, which will include housing projects for all segments of the society.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli presented on Monday the challenges facing the Egyptian state and the key projects undertaken to mitigate their impact.
That is in collaboration with a charity organization.
Egypt is currently developing 34 new cities.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi arrived in Alexandria as he will inaugurate a number of national projects in Alexandria on Saturday.
Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli met on Sunday with a number of ministers to follow up on the developmental projects that are underway in north and middle Sinai.
The tour is within a series of visits to governorates in order to check the progress of national projects and the needs of citizens.
Younes affirmed that all slum areas will be eliminated by the end of 2020.
Touring the housing project of Asmarat, which gives an alternative accommodation for residents of unsafe slums, Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Saturday has followed up one of the nurseries in the project and joined children while they were singing and watching a puppet show.
This program, which was launched by President Sisi over the past six years, aims at serving ordinary Egyptians and offering good services to them.
More than 50,000 citizens will benefit from this project which was accomplished in two years and half.
The ministry plans to raise the coverage of the water supply network, and 500,000 social and middle-income housing units will be built across the country.
The minister announced on Saturday that 744 luxury and middle-class housing units in Obour City will be delivered starting February 16.
Minister of Housing Assem al-Gazar stated that the number of social housing units established until present is 400,000, while those under construction are 290,000.
The Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Areas clarified on Saturday the status of constructions in “Sakan Misr” and social housing projects in Badr City.
A Ministry of Local Development’s report explained that citizens’ contributions will compose 40 percent of the projects’ costs.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics and the Social Housing Fund released on Monday a report measuring demand on social housing.
Online reservation of 1,268 prime lands and 814 super prime lands located in nine and eight new cities respectively will start on Tuesday, September 17.
The Ministry of Housing will offer soon residential units as part of Sakan Misr projects in the cities of New Damietta, New Menya, Asyut’s Nasser City, New Mansoura, and western Qena.