Heliopolis' Sultana Malak Palace Transformed Into Innovation Centre
The palace turned coworking space now houses laboratories for global and high-tech companies, technology incubators for startups, and meeting rooms.
Following extensive restoration work, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has transformed Heliopolis’ Sultana Malak Palace into an inspiring co-working space and enterprise hub.
Formerly known as the Sultan Hussein Kamel Palace, the 114 year old residence - designed by French architect Alexander Marseille in 1908 - has been used as a public school for the past 50 years. Following the transformation, it now houses startup incubators and tech labs alongside workspaces for global and local companies, initiatives and individuals.