Smart living for a smart future is no more just a dream for the residents of Lahore, it is going to be the reality. Zaitoon introduces digital and smart solutions for a lifestyle beyond excellence through its upcoming state-of-the-art project SMART LIVING at New Lahore City. The pre-launching ceremony of this jaw-dropping living project took place on September 22, 2022 at New Lahore City Royal Enclave. This event was aimed at introducing a preview of this tech-equipped future community amidst the hustle and bustle of New Lahore City.


This impeccable ceremony was attended by not only the sales agents, but also by a massive number of customers, interested in a modern and sustainable future. From the Zaitoon management side, Asghar Waseem (GM Sales & Marketing), Brigadier Ahad Muzaffar (Administrator Zaitoon), Ali Zaidi (General Manager Marketing Zaitoon), and Maaz Mansoor (Manager Digital Marketing Zaitoon) participated in the ceremony.

Starting with the holy name of Allah, the extravagant event begun with a brief introduction to Zaitoon group and its history as one of the most reputed and trusted developer in Pakistan. Under the supervision of Brigadier Ahad Muzaffar, the graceful Earth-breaking of New Lahore City Royal Enclave took place. Later on, Zaitoon management briefed the attendees about the amenities planned at Smart Living that ensure a lifestyle beyond excellence. To entertain the attendees, the lilting musical performance of Pakistan’s top music artist Sahir Ali Bagga was arranged. In the end, a sumptuous dinner was served.

Smart Living, a smart and modern living housing project, gives you a lifetime chance to experience the state-of-the-art and digital solutions of sustainable development to ensure a lifestyle beyond excellence. The LDA-approved project is equipped not only with all lifestyle amenities but also with extravagant and one of its own kind digital living experiences. This Peaceful suburban provides smooth connectivity with all landmarks and urban centers of Lahore through signal-free and direct access from five major road networks.