New Cairo’s Mostaqbal City Welcomes Mountain View’s “ALIVA” 

Mountain View Real Estate Development and Investment Company Announces “ALIVA” Project in Mostaqbal City, NEW CAIRO 

Mountain View Real Estate Development and Investment Company has announced its latest and most ambitious project to date, “ALIVA.” This new venture comes after the company successfully signed a contract with Midar Investment and Urban Development Company to develop a new plot of land spanning an impressive 638 acres in Mostaqbal City, located in New Cairo. 

The signing of this contract was facilitated by Mountain View’s esteemed in-house legal team, led by their Chief legal counsel Counselor. With the support of Senior Contract Advisor, Dalila Djamane, the team ensured a seamless and successful negotiation process. This agreement represents a significant milestone in Mountain View’s ongoing strategy to expand its land portfolio and provide enhanced residential options through integrated urban communities. 

ALIVA aims to revolutionize the real estate landscape in Mostaqbal City by creating a vibrant and sustainable living environment. This project will offer a wealth of amenities, green spaces, and cutting-edge infrastructure, providing residents with an exceptional quality of life. 

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our ALIVA project in Mostaqbal City,” Eng. Amr Soliman, Chairman at Mountain View Real Estate Development and Investment Company. “This development showcases our commitment to elevating the living standards of our clientele by providing innovative and contemporary residential options. With the support of our exceptional in-house legal team, we look forward to bringing ALIVA to life and creating a vibrant community that exceeds expectations.” 

Mountain View, recognized as a prominent real estate developers in the region, has a proven track record of successful projects that have transformed the urban landscape. With a focus on sustainability and innovation, Mountain View continues to shape the future of real estate development in Egypt.