The Capital Way compound is one of the projects under development by Equity Development in the heart of the New Administrative Capital. This project is the ideal choice for people looking for comfort, luxury, as well as distance from the hustle and bustle of the city. The project is being built on an area of only 50 acres. Moreover, the real estate developer has decided to build on only 20% of the project area and the rest is allocated to green areas, facilities and services. This is done for extra comfort, relaxation, and well-being of the residents.
The Capital Way is one of the high-end compounds, which is located in a very privileged location in the heart of the Administrative Capital. In addition, it has a distinctive view of the Green River and close to all the services you need. The project has been designed with the latest and luxurious high-quality designs. It is located on an area of 42 acres divided into different residential units.
All the residential units within the Compound have a charming and unique view of green spaces and artificial lakes.
The Capital Way Location:
It is located in the heart of the Administrative Capital near the Green River and near the residential neighborhood, Al Masa Hotel, Expo city as well as cathedral. The project is close to major roads such as Sheikh Zayed Road and Ring Road, making it easily accessible.
The Capital Way is also minutes away from Al Sefarat neighborhood. The New Administrative Capital’s most prestigious district. As well as being minutes from the fifth residential neighborhood, which has the Capital’s newest and most prestigious projects.
EQUITY is a ground-breaking real estate developer, constantly expanding the boundaries of innovation and design. Combining residential and commercial elements with dominant water features. Equity has redefined the entire New Cairo area with its premier project, The Waterway. Building upon this success, Equity is bringing its unique, modern and world-class architectural style.
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