LD-The Land Developers, a leading real estate development company, announced the launch of their latest project, il Bayou, in Sahl Hasheesh in the Red Sea. The project is a coastal hotel-residential development covering 45,000 square meters with a total investment of half a billion pounds.
Ahmed El-Tibi, Chairman and CEO of TLD, highlighted the company’s rapid growth in the Egyptian real estate market, supported by their experiences in the market since 2006. The company’s investment portfolio has reached 4 billion pounds, including the Armonia project in the administrative capital and the Il Bayou project in Sahl Hasheesh. TLD plans to expand further in the Egyptian real estate market, with an ambitious expansion plan in east and west Cairo.
Omar Al-Tibi, Chief Operating Officer of TLD, expressed excitement for the launch of their first tourism real estate development project in Sahl Hasheesh. The il Bayou project is a residential tourist destination and a landmark in the Red Sea with 85 units, including standalone villas, twin or townhouses, and 60 hotel apartments. The project adheres to environmental and sustainability considerations, with a design inspired by the surrounding environment.
The il Bayou project, designed by L35 Madrid, offers fully finished villas with private swimming pools, fully furnished hotel apartments, a large swimming pool, a poolside restaurant, a gym, and a spa. The project prioritizes quality common spaces, landscaping, and green spaces, with a network of pedestrian streets and a central promenade park with gardens and water lakes.
Located in a strategic location in Sahl Hasheesh, il Bayou is the only project in the region that provides direct access to the beach for owners. The project is only 9 minutes from the old city of Sahl Hasheesh and 6 minutes from the Marina.
TLD-The Land Developers has over 30 years of experience in real estate and tourism investment, with successful projects in Greater Cairo, Alexandria, and the Red Sea. The company’s Armonia Compound is a unique project in the new administrative capital.