Two mega housing projects have been connected to National Grid Under China, Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), in Gwadar.
the connections of electricity have been installed at CPIC’s projects International Port City and China Pak Golf Estates in Gwadar.
Chief Engineer Waqas Moazzam talked about achieving the milestone and said that by powering up our projects we have achieved yet another milestone in Gwadar.
“Now not only is our internal infrastructure complete but the projects are key ready for people to live in. We have injected Billions of rupees into Gwadar’s economy which can be seen on the ground and in the coming years as Gwadar continues to develop CPIC’s projects will be the only choice for both local and international professionals looking for high quality living within a secure gated community.”
It is noteworthy that CPIC had completed development on the first two phases of their megaproject, International Port City in 2019 including the completion of all internal infrastructure works, with parks and recreational facilities in it. A show home is also currently being built on-site for interested parties.
On the matter, Chief Engineer went on to say that their vision has always been to develop world class societies that are not only prepared for but will augment the growth of Gwadar.
“For the city to develop to its true potential and attract leading local and international talent high quality integrated residential communities within a secure environment are essential.”
CPIC recently inaugurated the golf course at China Pak Golf Estates project which is located on the main N10 CPEC Highway. The feature 9 hole golf course will be Gwadar’s first golf course and is expected to be a key catalyst in the development of golf tourism in Gwadar which is valued at over $22 Billion per annum.
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