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MGM Grand Joins New Giza Development

HJA Design Studio Egyptian Project Sets New Standards in Town Planning

Cairo, Egypt / Stuart, Florida - November, 2009 - The 1,500 acre new town of New Giza, Egypt, will be joined by a 550-room MGM Grand Hotel, offering spectacular views of Cairo and the famous pyramids of Giza. Parent company, MGM Mirage, already owns and operates 16 properties, including the world-famous MGM Grand Las Vegas, and sees the New Giza master plan as an extraordinary opportunity to expand its locations.

Gamal Aziz, president and CEO of MGM Mirage said, "Our partners, New Giza for Real Estate Development, share our focus on luxury, excellence, customer-oriented design and unparalleled service. Together, with this spectacular location, this new resort will quickly become a tourism and conference destination fully reflective of the MGM Grand brand."

The MGM Grand will be the epicenter of commerce, dining fun and entertainment in New Giza with state of the art meeting facilities, an array of world class dining venues and entertainment options that include a vibrant nightlife offering that will attract residents, businessmen and tourists alike. Radiating with glamour, style, and mystique, MGM Grand New Giza will be the engine that drives the entire New Giza destination and will embody a unique interpretation of the magnificent culture of Egypt.

Update on Development of New Giza, Egypt
New Giza, a landmark development for Egypt, will include residential areas, a town center, a resort, university, school, hospital, plus a dedicated public transport system. The hotel is expected to open in 2013.

HJA Design Studio is the project's master landscape architect and is currently working on the park designs of the first two neighborhoods and the New Giza Sporting Club.

HJA Design Studio is an internationally known land planning and landscape architectural firm committed to designing sustainable projects that meet community needs, produce balanced growth, are financially feasible for their clients and create positive economic value for their communities.

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