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Medine Group launches Uniciti
07 September 2017
Medine Group launches Uniciti

Medine Group has unveiled Uniciti on 7 September in the presence of the Honourable Pravind Kumar Jugnauth, Prime Minister, Minister of Home Affairs, External Communications and National Development Unit, Minister of Finance and Economic Development. Uniciti positions itself as the new Live-Work-Enjoy-Learn Hub of the west coast, with Education as the pillar of the Smart City.

The new brand has been designed as a unique combination of values encompassing unity, social cohesion, and solidarity around a vibrant heart which is Higher Education. Yet, the launch of Uniciti is more of a reality than a vision.

The city has been in the making since 2011 when the Group kick-started the Cascavelle Shopping Village and the first phase of the Medine Business Park. To date, Medine has developed several other projects such as a School Hub housing a nursery and pre-primary school, primary and secondary schools, and a 144-bed student residence.

By the end of October 2017, the new Middlesex University campus, the Student Life Restaurant and a full-fledged sports centre will come alive.

Uniciti is set to be the obvious destination of choice, blending uniqueness and diversity.

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