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Palm Hills Developments launches Sokhna Project

Cairo, Egypt, Feb. 1, 2008 --- Palm Hills Developments (PHD), Egypt’s premier real estate developers, announced the launch of Palm Hills Sokhna, a fully integrated community in Ain El Sokhna.

This project was created and launched as part of the company’s vision to provide luxury living communities in key areas of the country, and fulfils PHD’s strategic objective to tap into the local tourism development sector in order to offer a diversified portfolio, as exemplified by the successful launch of Haciendabay in the North Coast, Gamsha on the Red Sea, and future upcoming resorts in key locations nationwide.

Spreading over 5,000,000 m², Palm Hills Sokhna is the first of its kind – the largest integrated, self-sufficient residential and tourism community. Situated on miles of beachfront and engulfed by mountain vistas, this one-of-a-kind project will offer something that no other developer in Egypt has offered before; a luxurious, tangible, fully-integrated seaside home address. Residents can opt from a variety of homes from studios, apartments, chalets, townhouses to villas.

To preserve and emphasize Ain El Sokhna’s natural and rugged beauty, renowned architect Shehab Mazhar created design concepts that blend in with the surrounding mountains and capture a full panorama of the sea front.

With a multitude of entertainment, educational and commercial outlets and offerings, residents and guests of this luxury compound will want for absolutely nothing.

With the capital only 120 km away, making the commute a mere 45 minute drive from greater Cairo, Palm Hills Sokhna is an ideal destination for those who want to seek refuge from the bustle of the city.

Residents and guests of Palm Hills Sokhna will have a unique opportunity to experience a multitude of dining, entertainment, sport facilities, shopping, and many other attractions all in one compound, making this community the leader in premier residential and tourism developments.

 
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