According to bank docments, the project involves provision of up to USD 200 million senior A/B loan to City Centre Almaza SAE a fully-owned subsidiary of Majid Al Futtaim Holding LLC. The Loan will be used to finance the development and operation of a regional retail and entertainment centre in Egypt.
The project objective is contribution to the expansion of the private sector and support of sustainable developments in the evolving real estate sector in Egypt. The Loan will be used to finance the construction, equipment and placing into operation of City Centre Almaza, a regional retail and entertainment centre with a gross leasable area of around 103,000 square meters located in East Cairo.
City Centre Almaza SAE is incorporated in Egypt and active in the development and operation of a regional retail and entertainment centre located in Cairo. The Company is a fully-owned subsidiary of Majid Al Futtaim Holding LLC (the "Sponsor"), a leading shopping mall, communities, retail and leisure developer and operator in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
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