An economic transformation is taking place that is global in scale and scope. Nowhere will this be more evident than in Africa, where the opportunity is greater than anywhere else. Not because this continent is different, but because the potential for catch-up and convergence is greater, and is likely to be fulfilled more rapidly.
As Africa’s leading urban developer backed by American and other international investors, our vision goes beyond alleviating what is a self-evident problem – that of stifling urban congestion and a dearth of quality housing and commercial property.
Rather, we aim to help create the infrastructure – the living and working spaces and communities – that will help sustain and accelerate Africa’s economic growth, meet the aspirations of Africa’s burgeoning middle classes, and serve as a catalyst for further urban development.
CNBC Interviews Stephen Jennings
CNBC Interviews Rendeavour Founder and CEO, Stephen Jennings on the future of real estate in West Africa.
Golden Pride International School begins construction at Appolonia
Construction has commenced on the Golden Pride International School, located at Appolonia, the mixed-use urban development project in Greater Accra. The school will serve residents of the Appolonia urban development and other communities within the district, employing around 200 teaching and non-teaching staff, with an intake of 2,000 students.
NOVA ACADEMIES STUDENTS BEGIN EDUCATION AT TATU CITY
Nova Academies, a leading pan-African school network whose Nairobi flagship campus is located in Tatu City, the mixed-use, mixed-income satellite city development outside Nairobi has welcomed its first students to the school.
Please contact us by phone or email, or find one of our offices by clicking below
+254 (0) 20 513 1000