New Cairo is a satellite city in the Eastern Area of Cairo, Egypt, administered by the New Urban Communities Authority. The city was established in the year 2000 by merging three 'new' towns, (The First, Third and Fifth Settlements), originally on an area of about 67,000 acres which had grown to 85,000 acres by 2016. New Cairo is built in the Eastern Desert to the east of the Cairo Ring Road, strategically located between Maadi & Heliopolis, two of the most affluent residential districts in Greater Cairo. The city can be reached easily through the Ring Road, Suez Road and Sokhna Road, it also has a good transportation network of buses and microbuses that make it reachable easily from any areas in Cairo. New Cairo is centrally located with all types of services and amenities. It is a residential hub that is surrounded by major hospitals, international and local companies, schools, universities, entertainment spots, and shopping malls and entertainment spots to hospitals, schools and universities. New Cairo is the mix of a vibrant and quiet life.