One of the well known streets in Nasr City that functions as a vertical axis that links Nasr City main streets together, such as: Abbas El Akkad, Makram Obied, and Hassan El Mamoun. Mostafa El Nahas as well connects Emtedad Ramses with Zahraa Nasr City and it provides a variety of different service points and shops. One of the neighborhood's main landmarks is El Manhal School & Ragab Sons Market. The street has been restructured recently to offer a proper width which allows more capacity to reduce traffic with a special middle lane for public transportation. The area surrounding the street offer middle and upper middle housing.
About Nasr City
One of Cairo’s modern and biggest neighborhoods in terms of area, Nasr City was built as an extension for Heliopolis. It is located in eastern Cairo between Heliopolis, Mokattam, and New Cairo. It is a relatively modern neighborhood, and most of its areas are well planned. The city is distinguished by its commercial activity and its unique position between the center of Cairo and most of the new cities. Nasr City is very crowded due to the commercial activity. Nasr City offers a variety of housing levels, the majority of the city offers upper-middle housing, yet there are areas that offer upscale housing, and others that offer economic housing, and a few areas that can be categorized as slums. Nasr City hosts City Stars Mall, Azhar University, Child Garden and International Garden. It is easy to access using public transportation, and it can be entered from Nasr road, Shaheed axis, Ring road, or via Metro (Stadium Station and Exhibits Station).