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Ujamaa Apartments

  • This is state of the art residential apartment property situated in the most prestigous location of Dar es Salaam.
  • The project is designed to provide 40-modern semi furnished residential apartments comprising of 20 apartments of 3-bedrooms each and 20 apartments of 2 bedroom each. The project is located in Mkuranga District, Coast Region within 25 kilometres from the Dar es Salaam City centre.
 

Global Industrial Park

This is a unique project to be implemented in 21 acres plot of land. It is one of the few pioneering private projects catering for the Export Processing Zones (EPZ) in Tanzania

The property is set to provide infrastructure and facilities of international standards that will offer high quality industrial buildings, warehouses, residential houses, office spaces, shopping centres and parking spaces

The project is located in Mkuranga District, Coast Region within 25 kilometres from the Dar es Salaam city centre

Click here to download the Site Plan

 

Tabata Village Complex

The Tabata Village Complex is designed to be the first real estate housing project of its kind in Dar es Salaam

The project, located within 15 kilometres from the Dar es Salaam city, will a unique residential complex which will accomodate over 860 families.

The project will establish 8-blocks of five storey modern buildings each floor comprising of 14-semi furnished, 2 bedrooms residential apartments. These will provide a total of 560 apartments.

The projects will also establish 6-blocks of five storey buildings each floor comprising of 10 semi furnished 3 bedroom apartments. These will provide a total of 300 apartments. The complex will provide modern shopping complex, health centres, children centres and modern recreational facilities. 

Click here to download the Site Plan

 
 

Come and invest in Tanzania

Tanzania's growing economy is a reflection of its relatively stable political situation. Following decades of one-party socialism and economic stagnation, Tanzania embarked on a fundamental political and economic transformation in the early 1990s. Significant measures have been taken to liberalize the country along market lines and encourage both foreign and domestic private investment.

With the estimated population of 41.9 million (year 2009), the country's annual Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 5.9 percent in 2004, 6.7 percent in 2005, 6.2 percent in 2006, 7.1 percent in 2007, 7.4 percent in 2008 and 6.0 percent in 2009.

 

 

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