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Giza is one of Egypt’s most beautiful governorates, a thriving part of Greater Cairo alongside Cairo and Qalyubia.
Everyone around the globe is familiar with the astounding monuments located in Giza, most importantly the Great Pyramids. However, that’s not all this city has to offer. In Giza, a visit to places like the Mohamed Ali Mosque, and the Pharaonic Village are essential!
Even though it’s over-populated that’s not exactly a downfall, as the significant amount of people only means more, better services all around. Not only that but it’s also great news if you’re starting a business, as it’s almost sure to thrive taking the huge amount of potential customers into consideration. The governorate is also extremely diverse regarding different social and economic levels, which leaves businessmen a diverse audience to work with.
Within Giza lies Hadayek El Ahram, a breathtaking district only 25 kilometers away from the heart of Cairo, and fairly close to Al Ahram street and Al Remaya Square. It’s also a very easy place to get to through The Ring Road or the Cairo-Fayoum desert road.
Hadayek El Ahram is supervised and managed by the Cooperative Association of Hadayek El Ahram, which covers all the problems residents may face and works on fixing them.
The streets in Hadayek El Ahram stretch for 160 kilometers divided into 187 separate streets, some of which are El Geish Street, and Al Daght Al Aaly street. It’s also worthy of mentioning that Hadayek El Ahram is a huge district taking up about 1400 acres of space, divided into 16 neighborhoods named alphabetically. Each neighborhood has its own separate entrance which helps a ton when you’re describing an address, as each of these gates are named after an ancient Egyptian king. Some of which include:
King Horus Gate
Kinga Mina Gate
King Khufu Gate
King Khafre Gate
King Menkaure Gate
King Ahmus Gate
Most buildings within the district are only 5 floors high at most.
Very appealing prices for apartments and offices, with the ability to instal payments for years.
A beautiful view of the Pyramids from many standpoints.
Quiet residential neighborhoods.
Security services at each gate.
Generally speaking, it’s always advised to check all available services and facilities before moving to a new neighborhood. Security, social standards, and traffic are all examples of things to consider. If you’re starting a business, you’ll want to pick somewhere with varying social levels.
The new October water plant contributing to the water supply, opened at 400,000 cubic meters, next to the old October station, which pumps 40,000 cubic meters per day.
In response to residents' demands, a police station was recently opened in the city, and more guards were also hired at each gate. After repeated complaints, Hadayek El Ahram has witnessed a significant drop in crime rates since changes have been made.
Hadayek El Ahram is a relatively new district, however it does not lack supermarkets or shops. Some of the most famous of these are:
Seif Food (close to the first gate)
Khufu HyperMarket (Gardenia)
Marhaba Supermarket (fourth gate)
Cairo Market for Fruits and Vegetables (Ahmus Gate)
Daycares in Hadayek El Ahram
Little Hands Daycare (neighborhood A)
Witty Daycare (neighborhood A)
Green Heights Daycare (neighborhood C)
Open Book Daycare (neighborhood G)
Schools in Hadayek El Ahram
El Ahram Modern School (first gate)
Royal Language School
New Vision School (neighborhood C)
Spatiss Modern Language School
KenzySpecial Clinic (first gate)
Tabarak Children’s Hospital (beside Khufu Gate)
Al Shefa Specialty Clinic (neighborhood A)
Al Borg Laboratories
Al Waha Hospital (Beside Horus Gate)
Ebn Sina Medical Center (5th Street)
Khattab Pharmacy (third gate)
El Kholy Pharmacy (Ahmus Gate)
D. Hazem Pharmacy
Al Shazly Pharmacy (Al Daght Al Aaly Street)
Due to it being close to Cairo, it’s very easy to get to and from Hadayek El Ahram through both public and private transportation services.
There are plenty of available public transport services, including:
Bus 1145 Hadabet El Ahram - El Mazalat line
Bus 1118 Hadabet El Ahram - 7th district Nasr City line
Bus 933 Hadabet El Ahram - El Warak line
Besides that, Swivl provides excellent transportation services from Hadayek El ahram to anywhere in Cairo and Giza. You’ll love the new, improved smart busses they provide.
You also have the option of taking a ride to the famous Giza Stop, from which you can find transportation to everywhere across Greater Cairo, or you can take the underground metro.
Hadayek El Ahram offers a wide variety of apartments, villas and duplex apartments that suit all tastes and requirements.
Units vary greatly in prices and spaces, which in turn makes the district appeal to many people of different social and economic levels. Spaces start from 70 square meters, with the chance to instal payments over several years through some real estate companies. Moderate apartments generally include two rooms and a reception, with many finishing options ranging between half and full.
If the life of luxury is what you’re looking for, Hadayek El Ahram includes a multitude of luxurious neighborhoods like neighborhood D, where you can buy a furnished duplex to ease the process of moving in. The great thing about high-end neighborhoods in Hadayek El Ahram is that you’ll find their prices to be very appealing in comparison to Cairo, ranging from one million to EGP2.5 million.
Experts expect a good commercial future for the region because of its proximity to the Egyptian Grand Museum, which will be a boost to Egyptian internal and external tourism. This will greatly benefit entrepreneurs and shops. Brokers also expect a rise in real estate prices within years. Buying a shop, office, or clinic in Hadayek El Ahram is now an amazing investment opportunity. The Hadayek El Ahram is still growing and many shops need to meet the needs of the residents. Stores range from 35 square meters, and the prices vary depending on the neighborhood or the distance from the main streets.