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During the conflict of the past two and a half decades the social and economic infrastructure of Afghanistan was virtually destroyed. About six million Afghans left the country, mainly for Pakistan and Iran. Many of those who returned found their houses destroyed and their land under new ownership, having illegally changed hands many times. Most cities in Afghanistan now face acute housing shortages. In the informal settlements of Kabul two-thirds of houses are occupied by more than one family, and almost 9 of 10 families live in just one or two rooms. The housing shortage in urban areas has led to the expansion of informal settlements without access to the most basic city services.

In Kabul informal settlements provide shelter for 80 percent of the population, cover 69 percent of the residential land. Much of the informal housing in Kabul is built on government land. Projected population growth will add to the housing needs, Kabul’s population grew by 15 percent a year between 1999 and 2002 and is expected to continue to grow by 5 percent annually.

Countrywide, the demand for housing was estimated at 1.0 million units in 2006 and is projected to grow steadily, to reach 1.25 million in 2010 and more than 1.5 million in 2014. Kabul as a city has existed for more than 3,000 years. The most recent master plan for Kabul was approved in 1978 and was designed for a population of 700,000. Since that time Kabul Metropolitan Area has experienced a decade of civil disturbance when a large proportion of its scarce urban infrastructure was destroyed. Kabul is now faced with the difficult task of stretching its already inadequate urban infrastructure to provide urban services for a population of about three and a half million. This has resulted in a collapse of social services, a proliferation of squatter settlements, and a road system that cannot cope with traffic demands.

The World Bank estimates that at present, informal settlements represent almost 70% of all residential areas in Kabul and provide shelter to about 80% of its population. Over the next few years, the net annual increase in Kabul’s population is expected to be about two hundred thousand, increasing to more than three hundred thousand per year within a decade. Within 12 years, it is projected that Kabul’s population will exceed six and a half million. Kabul’s already stretched urban infrastructure could not cope with these increased pressures.

Right now some 4.5 million people live in Kabul and the average price for the development of the infrastructure for 100 square meters is about $2500.

STANIKZAI CITY - is about all the colors of life. IT is the pioneer project in Greater RAHMAN MINA. Luxury prime land will have 1040 apartments in 26 towers. 1/3 (one third) of the land is dedicated to landscaping and greens. With modern and state-of-the-art features and facilities, STANIKZAI CITY is slated to be a landmark of Greater RAHMAN MINA.


Golden City Company is developing a new residential community in RHMAN MINA called STANIKZAI CITY, 3 kilometers from Down Town Kabul.

This meticulously designed Apartment Complex project has direct access to the Main 60 meter and 40 meter-wide Roads of Rahman Mina which offers a variety of amenities, shopping centers, stores, and hospital. Office parks are planned for this self contained new community, recreational facilities will also be available for the residents.

GCC is very well recognized as one of the major builders of housing projects. Since their first apartment complexes project in Golden City of Sayed Noor M Shaw Mina in 2008, the company has successfully delivered over 200,000 Sq meter of residential development. Currently, GCC has over 400,000 m2 of additional development underway in Greater Rahman Mina, Kabul. The achievement is certainly a testimony of satisfaction and an endorsement of more than 1000 families that will live in there.

LOCATION MAP of Stanikzai city

400,000 M2 LAND Located 4 Kms from KABUL Airport, designed by Turkish and Afghan Design Engineers, STANIKZAI City in Kabul includes Plots, Apartment buildings, Park, Banquet Hall, Hospital, School, Mosque and a fitness center

all buildings

Home of 1000 families will have:


       24 Hours Water
       100 % City Power 
       Internet connectivity
       Wired phone
       Cable TV 


       24 Hours Security 
       CCTV installed at strategic locations 
       Fire Fighting Systems 
       Parameter Wall



Air conditioned       
Community Hall 
Mosque and Library
Shopping Arcade 


Swimming Pool
Joggers Track
Squash Court
Tennis Court

The apartments in the multistoried complexes consist of three bedrooms, four bedrooms and five bedrooms. Their Specifications are listed below:

Tile flooring in the whole apartment except bedrooms.
Most staircases and common landings are of marble stone. 
Oil bound paint of appropriate color on interior walls
Based on customer’s request the following can be provided:

  1. Kitchen slabs in stone with Granite Polish
  2. Points for washing machine and fridge
  3. Woodwork in kitchen cabinets of quality board with appropriate finish
  4. Flush doors with Spirit Polish Paint
  5. locks of Golden/Secure or equivalent
  6. Windows of Aluminum, size and section as per design of the architect
  7. As per standard practice, all pipes to be painted with Anti-corrosion
    1. Ceramic tiles up to 7' height in toilets and 2' height above kitchen slab in appropriate color and print.
  8. Wash basins and W.C.s (of appropriate shades)
  9. Taps and fittings of Chrome Plated
Mirrors and appropriate lights





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