Handing over the first houses in the Boa Vida Urbanisation
The first keys to the 2,000 homes in the Boa Vida urbanisation, Angola's biggest private real estate project, in the municipality of Belas, were handed over to residents and owners today, in what was certainly a significant milestone for the Angolan business group. Until the end of the year, the promoter of the grandiose project, the Boa Vida Group (GBV), headed by Tomasz Dowbor, expects to deliver 20 houses per month of this real estate project launched three years ago in an area where cassava used to be grown, which mobilised an investment of US$500 million. The new urbanisation in southern Luanda is made up of five large closed condominiums and is distinguished from others by its high pillars and the height of the homes at more than 4.5 metres. Each of them has its own sports fields and swimming pools. In common they have a large shopping mall, with 112 shops, an international school, a crèche and a kindergarten.