US $43m Royal Glory residence project to be built in Tanzania

Tanzania is all set to commence construction of a mega residential project in Mikocheni area of Dar es Salaam called the Royal Glory resident project that will cost a whopping US $43m.

China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), Sales Manager for Capital Tanzania Business Centre, Leo Zhang described the project as one which will change the face of Dar es Salaam and will be a place in which its occupants will experience new life in the city, an advocate for environmental protection and energy conservation as it will be free from pollution.

The Royal Glory project
The Royal Glory residents will sit on a five acre plot and will feature 156 apartments and 14 villas. The building will have villas type D and E and apartment’s type A, BC1, C2, D and E, both would have dining rooms, kitchens, lounges and bathrooms, plus modern parking areas.

The facility will also be equipped with a swimming pool, a tennis court, children’s play area, a fitness center and gym. Mr. Zhang describes the residence as a mix of opulent lifestyle and leisure space under one roof.

The development of the project will take place in two phases and is expected too create more than 1000 job opportunities in Tanzania. Mr. Leo added that 17 modern shops of 38 to 400 square meters that will be available for renting next year.

CCECC which is responsible for developing the project, is well known for the construction of TAZARA and is also involved in construction of houses, roads, bridges and urban development. In real estate they started with Dream Glory which is situated in the high class neighbourhood of Oysterbay area while the Royal Glory is its second.

The Dream Glory is fixed with state-of-the-art facilities like e-parking area, fitness walking track, CCTV cameras, sauna, ECO friendly gardens, intercom, electric fence system, standby generators and also provide 24-hour tight security.

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