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Bahari Beach Housing Estate

The Bahari Beach Housing Estate is one of its kinds project in Dar es Salaam. The property is the flagship project of GLS owners. It is located in a prime area resided by most affluent people of Dar es Salaam.

The estate, situated 25 kilometres from the Dar es Salaam city, has a total of 60 residential houses, a nursery school and ample playing fields.


Kiwalani Commercial Property

  • Kiwalani Commercial Property is a well constructed industrial property providing warehouses for industrial and trading establishments in Dar es Salaam.
  • The property is situated at prime industrial area and within 15 kilometres from the Dar es Salaam city centre.
  • With a built-up area of 4,500 square metres, the propery provides Seven (7)  warehouses and residential houses for staff.

Saifee Mansion Tower

  • This is a commercial property situated at the heart of Dar es Salaam city centre.
  • It is a five storey building standing alone the famous Bibi Titi Mohammed Road close to the international hotels and major financial institutions and other service providers.
  • The property provides well designed office spaces.

Burhani Villa

  • This is a beautiful Residential Property located in the horn of Dar es Salaam city at the prestigous Masaki suburb. The Property is designed to provide occupiers with luxurious life experience close to the winds of the Indian Ocean.
  • The property is located on Plot no. 491, Haile Sellasse Road, within 12 km from the Dar es Salaam City Centre. It is a 6 bedroom mansion with gymnasium, servants quarters and a magnificent Guest house. 

Msindaji Salt Works


The Msindaji Salt works is a salt-farm development project. The project involved construction of 1,000 acres salt-farm infrastructure designed to provide water reservoirs, water condensers, salt plans/ crystallisers and housing units for the staff.


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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