Tahrir street is the extension of Tahrir square and it starts from the end of Galaa bridge to Sudan street. The street is divided into two parts: Tahrir street up to Dokki bridge, and Behoth street upto Sudan street. Tahrir street is famed by the presence of the Russian culture center and Tahrir cinema. Most of the housing surrounding the street offer upper middle with some areas offering luxury opportunities.
Located in Giza, Dokki is a vital residential and commercial neighborhood that was named after Dokki family that lived at the same area long time ago. Dokki is located between six main roads: Gamat Dowal, Sudan, Ahmed Abdel Aziz, Agriculture Museum, Nile and Abdel Salam Aref. Dokki is known for its upscale housing opportunities and its intense commercial activities. The neighborhood hosts different shops, banks, 56 embassies, and about 102 schools (governmental, private and language schools). Due to this commercial activity, Dokki suffers heavy traffic especially at business rush hours. The neighborhood offers a variety of housing levels, but