8 massive affordable housing projects in Ghana with prices, budgets, capacity & more

8 massive affordable housing projects in Ghana with prices, budgets, capacity & more

Thousands of housing units are at different stages of completion in Ghana with the aim to offset the housing deficit in the country

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Referencing blog.meqasa.com, YEN.com.gh compiles the biggest projects and what they promise.

8 massive affordable housing projects in Ghana with prices, budgets, capacity & more
8 massive affordable housing projects in Ghana with prices, budgets, capacity & more Credit: blog.meqasa.com
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1. Affordable Houses In Asokore Mampong (Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II)

The Asokore Mampong affordable housing project began in 2006 and was handed over to SSNIT in 2015. The Asokore Mampong Housing Project has since been completed and renamed after the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in May 2020.

The project consists of 91 apartment blocks that contain 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom, and 3 bedroom apartments which are estimated to house over 1000 people.

The prices are GHS 99,000 – GHS 142,500 for a 1 bedroom apartment. GHS 182,500 for a 2 bedroom apartment and GHS 335,000 for a 3 bedroom apartment.

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2. Amasaman Affordable Housing In Ghana

The project is funded by the United Nations Office for Project Service (UNOPS).

The Amasaman affordable housing project is expected to produce 6,500 homes at the value of over $5 billion.

The units will be built with earthquake-resistant properties and will utilise renewable energy sources and non-toxic insect-repellant properties.

The pricing for the homes has not yet been determined.

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3. Shai Hills Affordable Housing Project

This project is a Ghana-China collaboration and will contain all the necessary facilities and amenities.

It is a 20,000 unit project which is yet to be completed with both 2 bedrooms and 3 bedroom apartments for sale.

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4. Gbetsile Affordable Housing Project

Gbetsile is a growing suburb in the Greater Accra region. The plan is to construct 400 affordable housing structures on 43 acres of land.

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The Gbetsile affordable housing project is expected to be completed within 2 years of construction.

It will have water storage reservoirs, internet access, a community playground, a gymnasium, schools, a clubhouse, and a shopping centre.

5. Appolonia Affordable Housing Project

The Appolonia affordable housing project is situated in Oyibi and sits on 2,325 acres of land. This housing project promises 25,000 affordable homes which can accommodate about 80,000 people.

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6. Saglemi Affordable Housing Project

The Saglemi affordable housing project is bound to be one of the largest in Ghana with about 5,000 housing units.

In August 2012, as part of moves to alleviate the housing deficit in Ghana, former President Mahama signed a $280 million deal to construct the 5,000 housing units at Saglemi, which was completed in the first phase with 1,502 units.

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7. Borteyman Affordable Housing Project

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The Borteyman affordable housing project consists of 744 one-bedroom apartments and 792 two-bedroom apartments. It has all the basic features necessary for all living. It even includes a market. The estate is well managed and designed.

The houses are for sale and, hence, can be bought from SSNIT.

8. Kpone Affordable Housing Project

The Kpone Housing Project is a United States-Ghanaian partnership to construct 2,500 affordable housing units.

The completed project will have 24 apartment blocks and 321 units.

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In other news, a video of a cocoa peeling machine invented in China has surfaced on social media in Ghana following recent reports that China might soon be producing more cocoa than Ghana.

In the footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Twitter handle of Saddick Adams, the machine is simply stacked with the full cocoa fruit in a shoot.

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