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Citi Housing

Project Type

Apartment , Commercial , Corporate , House


"At Citi Housing, we are living our dreams, everything fell into the right place for us."

Worked on by the latest international town planning and engineering standards, Citi Housing not only merges modern innovations with the up-to-date technology but also provides a down to earth experience in the process. With an extensive network of winding roads, Uninterrupted underground electric supply, international standard school system, lush green parks, and a zoo along the canal bank for the entertainment of your children, Mosque and a fully equipped hospital, these are only a few wonders that are provided to the residents.


Citi Projects

  • Gujranwala
  • Sialkot 
  • Jehlum
  • Faisalabad 
  • Multan


Gujranwala, is known for giving top wrestlers to the country, is a city based in Punjab and is the 7th most populous city of Pakistan. It is one of the fastest growing cities of Pakistan and has currently become an important industrial city. Industrialization has created a strong middle class contributing to its prosperity and progress. According to a GCCI estimate, 5,000 small and medium enterprises and 16,000 cottage units, along with a few large factories, are located in the city.
Gujranwala is also known for its extensive production of sugarcane, melons and grains for international export. City is famous for eateries and variety of spicy and BBQ food. One can find the top international food outlet - China Citi Restaurant that not only has great food but also good ambience. Apart from that, some famous Pakistani restaurants that one must try are Bundoo Khan, Shahbaz Tikka and Royal garden.

The local language spoken here is purely Punjabi with Urdu and English being used as a second language. Gujranwala essentially has a hot climate but also experiences low temperatures during winters. City is thriving with educational institutes, and fabrication units.



Sialkot is Pakistan's 12th most populous city, and is part of north-east Punjab — one of Pakistan's mostly highly industrialized regions. Sialkot is believed to be site of ancient Sagala, a city razed by Alexander the Great in 326 BCE, and then made capital of the Indo-Greek kingdom by Menander-I in the 2nd century BCE – a time during which the city greatly prospered as a major center for trade and Buddhist thought.
Sialkot has been noted by The Economist for its entrepreneurial spirit, and productive business climate. It is the world's largest producer of hand-sewed footballs, with local factories manufacturing 40~60 million footballs a year, amounting to roughly 70% of world production. Sialkot is also the world's largest manufacturer of surgical instruments. During the colonial era British India's first bagpipe works opened in the city, today there are 20 pipe bands in the city. The 2014 FIFA World Cup's footballs were made by Forward Sports, a company based in Sialkot. The relatively small city exported approximately $2 billion worth of goods in 2015, or about 10% of Pakistan's total exports.
Sialkot is also home to the Sialkot International Airport – Pakistan's first privately owned public airport.



Jhelum District is in Pothohar Plateau of the Punjab province. This oldest district was established on 23 March 1849. It is known for providing a large number of soldiers to the British and later to the Pakistan armed forces due to which it is also known as city of soldiers or land of martyrs and warriors. Salt is quarried at the Mayo mine in the Salt Range. There are two coal-mines in the district from which the Pakistan Railway obtains parts of its supply. These are the only coal-mines in Punjab province which are in working condition. The chief centre of the salt trade is Pind Dadan Khan.
People of Jhelum enjoy eating variety of food from the traditional ‘Lahori chargha,’ ‘Saag’ and ‘Makai ki Rotti’ to the continental Chinese, Italian cuisine finally fish by the river side resturants.
Urdu is the language spoken and understood by all. However majority of the people, especially those living in the city speak Punjabi. The quality of education in Jhelum is average and needs improvement. The city experiences somewhat a low literacy rate as compared to other cities in Punjab



Faisalabad’s old name was Lyallpur until 1979. It is the third-most-populous city in Pakistan. The total area of Faisalabad District is 5,856 km2, while the area controlled by the FDA is 1,280 km2. Faisalabad has grown to become a major industrial and distribution center because of its central location in the region and connecting roads, rails, and air transportation. It has been referred to as the "Manchester of Pakistan.” Faisalabad's GDP (PPP) in 2013 was $43 billion (USD). The average annual GDP of Faisalabad is $20.5 billion calculated by averaging GDP projections from 2015 to 2025; agriculture and industry remains its hallmark.



Ancient name of Multan was Kashep Puri. The town was built by Raja Kashep. After Hurnakas his son Parhilaad succeeded the throne and the town was then named after him as Parhilaad Puri. The current name Multan was given due to Mali people who were defeated by Alexander the Great. Having a population of more than 8 million i.e. 5% of the country’s population, third largest city and one of the most popular industrial hubs of the country “Multan”.
It is the most honorable city of Pakistan comprising of many religions. The dominant religion that existed in Multan was no doubt “Islam” which give rise to its mystic side called Tasawwuf or Sufism. This region attracted many Sufis across the globe and hence has been named as “Gada O Goristan” the city of gold, Sufis and beggars. The city is full of Sufis tombs which even today is the center of attraction for the numerous tourists. Some of the famous tombs in Multan includes Hazrat Hafiz Muhammad Jamal, Multani Sheikh Baha-ud-Din, Shah Rukn-e-Alam and Shams Ud Din.


Citi Housing, Lahore

Corporate Office

166 Y-Block Commercial Area, Phase III DHA – Lahore


Citi Housing

  • Citi Medicare
  • Schools
  • Mosques
  • Theme Parks
  • China Citi Restaurant
  • Opera Cinema
  • 24/7 Power Supply
  • Security
Nearby Places
  • Cafe
  • College
  • Gym
  • Transport
  • Transportation
  • University
  • Airport
  • Commercial Markets
  • Hospitals
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