Price change in 12 months
Price change in 12 months
90th Street “El Teseen” is the central hub of New Cairo, and it actually consists of two streets; Southern 90th street, the most famous, and Northern 90th street. Both streets start from the end of NA road at the Ring Road and extend all the way to AUC and the Lotus area, then Northern 90th bends to Ismailia road and Southern 90th bends to Ein Sokhna road. Both streets, especially Southern 90th, host the headquarters of multinational and national companies and banks. All sorts of services are available: Hospitals, cafes and restaurants, beside some luxury villas. The neighborhood's most famous landmarks are Cairo Festival City, Dusit Hotel, AUC, and the Air Force hospital. 90th Street biggest drawback is the heavy traffic, despite that New Cairo is not fully inhabited yet. Public transportation is relatively available to 90th Street.
About New Cairo:
New Cairo is one of the biggest and most sophisticated neighborhoods in Greater Cairo. It is located east of Cairo, and it includes many residential areas; most notably Fifth Settlement, First Settlement, and Third Settlement which are among the first areas to be populated. It is common to call New Cairo the Fifth Settlement; however, the reality is that the Fifth Settlement represents a small area inside New Cairo. The city is very well planned in Egyptian standards; however, many people complain that the city is already getting crowded around the 90th road commercial area although the city is not fully populated yet. New Cairo is mostly calm with low population density, and it contains a number of private universities and schools. Some roads are still unpaved in the newer areas but they are expected to be finished soon. One of the drawbacks of New Cairo are the outrageous property prices which are mostly fueled by high demand. The majority of New Cairo neighborhoods offer upscale and luxury level housing; however, there is still several areas that offer middle and upper-middle level housing, and areas like Third Settlement has pockets of economic housing offerings. New Cairo key landmarks are: Police Academy, Cairo Festival City, Downtown Mall, American University in Cairo. The city can be easily reached by driving as it's surrounded by Ring road, Sues road, and Sokhna road. Public transportation to New Cairo is limited, and within the city it is almost non-existent. The 90th road is an exception and it remains highly serviced due to its heavy commercial activity.