CAIRO - 17 June 2021: Egypt has completed the first phase of constructing the tallest town in the whole African continent, according to a statement by the Egyptian Ministry of Housing on Thursday.
The Egyptian Ministry said that all concrete works for the iconic tower in the Central Business District of the New Administrative Capital ended.
The 78-story tower is 378 meters in height and is built on an area of 268,000 square meters, at a cost of $3 billion in investments.
be built with investments of $3 billion. Officials participated in the ceremony, pouring the last meter of concrete into the tower.
The Egyptian director of the project, Ahmed Al-Banna, said that the first phase of the project consumed more than 800 continuous workdays, noting that that the concrete works were carried out in four stages.
The metal structure of Africa's tallest tower at the New Administrative Capital started in November 2019.