The GrEEK CAMPUS is Cairo’s first technology and innovation park in the heart of Cairo, offering state-of-the-art office spaces for both startups as well as established multinational technology and media companies. With the rapidly growing ICT sector in Egypt, a technology park that allows aspiring tech start-ups to thrive and grow in a proper entrepreneurial ecosystem was essential. The concept and vision were crafted by Ahmed El Alfi, Founder of TATP, the operating company of THE GrEEK CAMPUS.
The project’s name was inspired from the historical Greek building that is part of the campus while playing on the word “GEEK”, a label for many tech-gurus and creative in the industry. THE GrEEK CAMPUS enjoys a unique and central location in the capital’s city center with different transportation means within walking distance.
The project consists of five office buildings, with a total space of 25,000 sqm offering open office spaces for rent ranging from 60 sqm to 1400 sqm that can be altered through moveable glass walls, giving all areas flexibility according to the different uses of each tenant. The tenants will also benefit from various supporting services within the complex; including 24/7 security, courier, meeting rooms and spaces and a printing center. Employees of all tenant companies will also have access to a gym, nursery, food courts and designated parking for easier access.
The vision for the new THE GrEEK CAMPUS does not only involve offering office spaces but extends to turning the complex into a center for all technology entrepreneurs, enthusiasts and creative people to meet, showcase their ideas and work together towards homegrown technology businesses and ideas. To enrich this creative environment, THE GrEEK CAMPUS will be hosting regular technology seminars and conferences as well as open art exhibitions and music concerts.