Fri, 02 Jun 2017 17:08 - Updated Fri, 02 Jun 2017 17:08
Angola: Citic delivers Housing project "Zango 8000" in July
Luanda - At least 4,000 out of 8000 housing units planned for the housing project "Zango 8000 Red", located in the municipality of Viana, in Luanda, will be delivered next July to real estate Imogestin for their trading, ANGOP learned.
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The housing project is budgeted at 1.2 billion US dollars.
The housing project covers an area of 416 hectares, where will be built 8000 houses, and schools with capacity for more than 500 students each while the kindergartens may host 200 children each.
The constructed area now occupies roughly 100 hectares.
The project includes buildings of up to three floors and villas, both dwellings in typologies T2, T3, T4.
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