The Sphinx area is a condominium area surrounded by a group of the finest residential compounds in the Fifth Settlement, located in the heart of the Fifth Settlement, minutes away from Teseen Street.
Gardenia Heights Compound, Fifth Settlement, is distinguished as an integrated residential project that contains all the services the customer dreams of. In addition, it enjoys a wonderful vital location in the heart of New Cairo, in addition to providing an upscale living and social environment at premium prices.
The compound is divided into French divisions in the form of closed circles, which prevents traffic congestion and gives more security to the area.
Features of Gardenia Heights Compound, Fifth Settlement
It has a distinguished geographical location, which is the entrance to the Fifth Settlement via Kattameya Road, Ain Sokhna, Autostrad, and Maadi, and its proximity to the most important main streets, as it is 4 minutes away fromSouthern Teseen Street, the best service street in the New Cairo area. Fifth, in addition to:
Sports club and artificial lake.
Afforestation rate of up to 40% of its land area.
Schools and nurseries
Garages for cars.
A commercial mall and a complete service area with shops.
The compound has an entrance in front of Fatima Al Sharbatly Mosque.
Gardenia Heights project services
1– Educational services: These include the Desert Research Center, the Japanese School, and many other schools.
2- Recreational services: playgrounds and various commercial malls. It is also characterized by the presence of wide green spaces and places of worship. It is located near the Al-Rahman Al-Rahim Mosque.
3- The privileged location: Gardenia Heights in New Cairo borders the Southern Investors Area to the north, and is characterized by its proximity to all the main services of New Cairo because it overlooks the Southern Investors Area and the Narges area.
** It is located near the Mukhabarat Compound and Al-Aseel Compound. This means that the segment close to the region is considered from the elite of society.