Orientals for Urban Development (OUD), a joint-stock company, was established in 1994 to capitalize on the real estate boom in Egypt. Since then, OUD has blossomed into one of Egypt’s largest real estate and urban development companies with investments in excess of USD 3.1 billion.
Over the years, OUD seized growth opportunities through diversification into tourism and agriculture. Today, OUD and its two subsidiaries, Red Sea Sharm for Tourism Development, and Greater Cairo for Construction and Development, have an assortment of different prospects spanning the three different sectors of Real Estate, Tourism, and Agriculture.
The projects vary significantly, ranging from huge eco-resorts, to citrus farms, up-scale residential cities, and midrise income high rises.