The Built Environment

Global Ventures Group works in collaboration with visionaries of the built environment, shaping modern retail and entertainment destinations and master planned housing developments in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Region. Our development projects serve as the foundation to some of the world’s most vibrant and dynamic communities.

Initiatives

CairoHouse — Cairo, Egypt

Global Ventures Group, along with Oxford Capital Group and Al Otaiba Investments, were selected as the winning bid to develop and repurpose the historic Mogamma el Tahrir Complex on Tahrir Square as CairoHouse, a groundbreaking mixed-use development, which will be a catalyst for a reimagined Downtown Cairo and future investment in the Egyptian economy.

CairoHouse will include over 450 luxury lifestyle hotel rooms and serviced apartments, multiple world-class dining and entertainment venues, and over 85,000 SF of meeting and events space, including Cairo’s largest rooftop venue. The developers also envision an iconic structural lotus pavilion, an indoor/outdoor special events and weddings venue, that will provide an additional 15,000 SF of meeting space. The entire project represents more than a $200 million investment in repurposing one of the most symbolic government buildings in downtown Cairo, in Egypt and in all the Middle East.

Arabian Dream — Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Arabian Dream is a marvel taking form in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the heart of the Arab and Islamic worlds. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a country rich in culture and bold in ambition, with a young population that is embracing a more vibrant society. It is a prosperous nation transforming into a diverse, thriving and sustainable economy.

Arabian Dream will be the largest, most dynamic entertainment destination in the world encompassing up to 1 million square meters under one roof. Over 50 million yearly visitors will be drawn to the most forward-thinking entertainment, dining, shopping and relaxation venue all in a singular, world-class development.