Rabat – The Zenata Development Corporation (SZ), the company behind Morocco’s largest eco-city near Casablanca, will partner with the Saudi German Hospital Group (SGH) to launch Morocco’s first integrated health project.
In a press release on Tuesday, the SGH legal team, DLA Piper, shared that SGH will develop and manage the Zenata health project, which includes a 300-bed hospital and six specialty blocks.
These blocks will consist of a medical university, paramedic training, private doctors’ offices, residences for medical students and staff, hotels, and apartments.
As the Morocco’s first certified Eco-City, Zenata considers sustainable development from a social, economic, and environmental perspective. The new city utilizes the area’s natural resources with water collection ponds and “ecological corridors” to boost biodiversity.
Furthermore, the project aims to stimulate the surrounding community by promoting job creation and affordable housing.
The Zenata health division is the fourth high-value added sector in the city, following the development of the education division, commercial division, and logistics division.
The Zenata Development Company (SAZ) is a subsidiary of the CDG development group that focuses on the development of the eco-city Zenata outside of in Ain Harrouda, near Casablanca.
DLA Piper continues to support SAZ and has advised the Company in the development of the Eco-Cité’s commercial division in 2017.