The first phase has been accomplished and delivered, while the second one is still under-progress.
They are being relocated to October Gardens City.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) released Tuesday figures on residential units built in FY2020/2021.
The Ministry of Planning and Economic Development indicated in a statement Thursday.
The third phase of the city will be completed in 2023.
A public beach is being introduced in a bid to dispel the perception of the novel coastal destination as exclusive to the rich.
The government is granting 1,600 families fully-furnished units elsewhere.
That was during a meeting with the prime minister and minister of justice.
A total of 696 families have received furnished apartments in Ard al-Khalaya (cavalry land) housing project in southern Cairo, near the area from which they were evacuated earlier.
The cost of those units is LE72 million ($4.5 million), and their construction will be finished within six months.
Head of New October City Development Agency Mohamed Abdel Maqsoud gave an overview of the progress rate.
The Cairo governorate municipal authority is currently working in the slums of El Sokar wa Al Laymoun, Hosh Al Ghagar, and Al Gayara located near Cairo Citadel Aqueduct.
Earlier, an entire slum area in the same location was removed.
The area consisted of 164 flat-buildings housing a total of 618 families.
Those used to dwell two slums.
The number of projects implemented there is 438.
Those live in low-income rural villages.
Those are located within the 17 Bedouin residential areas the government is introducing on the peninsula.
The original residences of those families, which were 1,213 flat-buildings, have been demolished.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi was handed the report, titled "Development: A Right for All, Egypt’s Pathways and Prospects."