Capital Development Authority (CDA) has announced to construct a world-class “Capital Walk Street” in Islamabad’s Shakarparian.
According to details, This new walking street is set to become a hub for food lovers and bloggers which will be built on the standard of same like Dubai and Baku streets.
This new food street not only promote tourism but also promote the food business in Pakistan.
CDA officials reveald that one kanal of land will be leased out to various global and national food chains after an auction. All the plots in Capital Walk Street will be reserved for food businesses only. The street will cover an area of more than 25 acres, with 50% of the space left open for visitors to enjoy.
Chairman CDA, Noor ul Amin Mengal, said that the successful bidder will be allowed to start work within one month. He added that the food street will also feature an amphitheater, play area, and cultural points for visitors to enjoy.
“The Capital Walk Street will offer a unique dining experience to the people of Islamabad. We aim to provide a safe and secure environment for visitors to enjoy delicious food and create lasting memories with their loved ones,” said CDA Chairman.
The decision to build Capital Walk Street has been met with widespread approval from the public, who are eagerly anticipating the opening of this exciting new development.
This project is part of the government’s efforts to promote tourism in the country and provide new economic opportunities for the food industry. Capital Walk Street is expected to attract many visitors from all over the country, as well as foreign tourists.
The CDA’s decision to build this world-class food street is a step in the right direction toward making Islamabad a truly world-class city. With its beautiful surroundings and top-notch facilities, Capital Walk Street is set to become a must-visit destination for food lovers and tourists alike.
Earlier CDA approved the construction of an World Class football and Cricket Stadium in Islamabad.
The decision was taken during the board’s sixth meeting of the year, which was chaired by Chairman Captain (Retd) Noor ul Amin Mengal at the CDA headquarters.
The two expansive sites of the city, measuring 20 acres and located near the Motorway (MI) and Kuri, have been proposed for these sporting arenas.
This decision is expected to boost up the Islamabad’s sports culture and infrastructure and bring the city tourism on the next level.
The football and Cricket stadium will provide a world-class facility for football enthusiasts in the city. It will attract national and international football events, boosting the city’s economy and increasing tourism. The stadium will have state-of-the-art amenities and meet international standards, ensuring players and spectators have a memorable experience. With this decision, Islamabad will join other major cities worldwide in providing international standard sports facilities to its residents and visitors.