The Dar es Salaam’s Mikocheni area will be transformed once the building of Royal Glory Residence project worth US$43 million is completed in November next year. The project which will provide new beautiful living environment is being developed by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) and will include 14 villas and 156 apartments and located on a five-acre plot and the development consists of two phases.
CCECC Sales Manager for the Capital Tanzania Business Centre, Leo Zhang said the project will change the face of Dar es Salaam consisting of 17 modern shops of 38 to 400m2 which will be ready for renting in November, next year.
He said at the Royal Glory Residence will be a place which its occupants will experience new life in the city, advocate for environmental protection and energy conservation as it will be free from pollution. “The project expected to commence soon would create more than 1000 job opportunities to locals,” he said.
The Groundbreaking ceremony of Royal Glory was attended by the Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation Dr Damas Ndumbaro who was the guest of honour, along with Chinese ambassador in the country Wang Ke and CCECC International Director Yuan Li.
CCECC which is well known for the construction of TAZARA 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.
He said the Dream Glory features state-of-the-art facilities like e-parking area, sauna, fitness walking track, ECO friendly gardens, CCTV cameras, standby generators, intercom, electric fence system and 24-hour tight security.