As summer quickly approaches its peak, Sahel continues to steal the spotlight from every other destination in Egypt for its lavish nightlife and overpriced cuisine, including from our glorious capital Cairo. But our buzzing metropolis, however, also continues to exercise its dominance in upping the standards of dining, entertainment, fitness and business over the whole country.

In the latest project by the brand new management of the prominent Wadi Degla City for Urban Developments, which stretches over 194,000 sqm, another establishment is added to Cairo's long list of exceptional multi-purpose facilities. The District in Heliopolis, which's a hop and skip from Sheraton, Nasr city and Maadi, is an urban dream come true with an ought-to-be sinful mix of business and pleasure. With indoor and outdoor world-class restaurants and coffee shops, the airport-adjacent complex decisively reshapes the culinary scene on that side of C-town.Cinemas, showroom, VR game-rooms, and one of the country's first escape rooms make The District THE place to be for those seeking a much needed flare of fun and excitement amid our noisy and crowded capital city.

Business people and entrepreneurs also get their own playrooms with an exceptional variety of corporate and administrative office spaces. And as for those who don't want to leave the little ones behind, you'd be happy to know The District comes fully equipped with its very own kids park and a myriad of thrilling activities, specially on The District-designated Kids Mondays. Busy mommies can also get to stretch and tone up in the complex's ladies' gym.

And there's more, ladies. Each day is a different story at The District. We're getting ready to gather our girlfriends and spend the day chatting away while enjoying a relaxing day on Ladies Tuesdays. But only to come right back on Couples Wednesdays and add a touch of romance to our lives. It's the perfect mini-escape from the city, right here in the heart of it. The urban haven's calendar is stacked with events and happenings to keep us, and the ones we love, coming right back.

And just like that, the misery that is living in Cairo in summer suddenly doesn't seem like the worst thing in the world.

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