Hilton (NYSE: HLT) (www.Hilton.com) has signed a management agreement with Group Sadiki (www.GroupSadiki.com) to open its first hotel in Casablanca.

Published in North Africa

UAG was founded in 1992 by Haddis Tilahun and was later joined by his wife, Dr. Martha Namundjebo-Tilahun.

Published in Southern Africa

Novare Real Estate Africa has announced that construction has started on its fourth commercial development in Nigeria, the multi-billion naira Novare Gateway mall in the capital city of Abuja.

Published in West Africa

The property and broader built environment sector has an important role to play in Africa’s growth, but it needs to be taken more seriously and prioritised.

Published in Southern Africa

Profica delivers first phase of York Commercial Park in Zambia.

Published in Southern Africa

Mobus Property Developments, Group Five Property Developments and Metropolitan Insurance (MET) have signed a 20 million US dollar development agreement for Metropolitan Insurance’s new head office which will be housed in one of the three buildings within Ghana’s first Office Park; Capital Place.

Published in West Africa

STANLIB, on behalf of the Liberty Property Portfolio celebrated the official ground-breaking for the R220m Melomed Hospital development in the city of uMhlathuze today with Counsellor Mhlongo - Mayor of the City of uMhlathuze and the Kwa-Zulu Natal Premier - Senzo Mchunu in attendance. 

Published in Southern Africa

Aveng Namibia (Pty) Ltd have been awarded a contract by Oryx Properties, to construct a new Virgin Active Gym at the Maerua Mall in Windhoek, Namibia. 

Published in Southern Africa

The construction of the first phase of Athi View Apartments in along Mombasa Road is complete, Phase two now selling off plan with the developer saying the houses will be ready for completion by July 2015.

Published in East Africa
Thursday, 06 August 2015 17:11

How to build good quality gated communities

Real estate developers are often asked why they should spend money to enhance common services when they would be clear of the development before such matters come to a head. Should they not just make their money and walk away?

Published in East Africa
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