The “Casa Anfa” project was developed on the historic site of Casablanca’s former airport. The goal is to give Casablanca, the economic capital of the country, an international dimension.
A historic location
Also known as “Camp Cazes”, this location was one of the oldest mail route stopovers. Built in the early twentieth century, the terminal quickly became a major point of service for airmail delivery between Europe to Africa. After being destroyed in the 1940s, the terminal was refurbished at the end of the Second World War. This historic site has hosted legendary planes such as the DC-3, the DC-4 or the Constellation of Air France as well as several historically famous pilots during their stopovers, such as, Henri Guillaumet, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and Jean Mermoz.
Casablanca’s new city center
With its 350 hectares,”Casa Anfa” is the new city center. “Casa Anfa” is firmly committed to sustainable development. The project devotes, not less than a third of the development to green spaces, including a 50 hectare park.
The “Casa Anfa” zone is an upscale project offering high-standard real estate and a luxorious living environment with:
• A functional mix: Offices, housing, shops and extra curriculars. The business district is home to leading financial institutions.
• Large green spaces
• Cultural, social and sporting infrastructures
• Availability of educational and health institutions
• A high-level security system
Casa Anfa is equipped with excellent connectivity:
• Two tram stations
• A high-speed train station (TGV)
• Important road links with: airport, city center, residential areas, other Moroccan cities such as Rabat, El Jadida or Marrakesh