The Renaissance of Casablanca

Feb 26, 2018 – Eyes open wide and hearts skip a beat whenever the name Victoria City gets a mention. Why you ask and with good reason. It is the dream child of Masen Al Sawwaf and business associates and is slated to be fully operational during the early summer of 2018. Expectations run high and it has since been four years under construction. Mazen Al Sawwaf took note of an amazing social experiment that took hold in various parts of the world and has since flourished. With this firmly in mind, he decided that this was a unique business opportunity that he simply could not pass up. Its a rather lucrative venture and implements an exciting concept the creation of a classless housing infrastructure where social status does not bar entry and is affordable to all. This real estate development venture is called Victoria City and holds much promise as the key to the regional revitalization of Casablanca and the surrounding areas of Morocco.

Assuredly It was not an easy task to persuade prospective investors of the revenue potential of this project and assurances had to be made. Every aspect of this venture had to be viewed as if under a microscope and optimized for success. Tackling smaller projects at various stages of development in the region, Mazen-al Sawwaf has already tested the waters and has been successful in collaboration with another like-minded individual who feels strongly about the project. Everyone has been imbued with optimism and the cogwheels are turning, this is a huge undertaking and a there is a lot at stake. A lot of planning has been done and every aspect of it reviewed for optimal success. If you can believe it the name Victoria was selected with care. Not only is it location, location, location but the name must the masses for it to work. The name Victoria is a shoe in because it is already associated in the mind with many beautiful locations throughout the world and it has worldwide recognition.

Source: NNL – Net News Ledger

Investing in Morocco’s Future

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