Appolonia is a mixed-use and mixed-income urban development that will be home to 88,000 residents and tens of thousands of daily visitors.
The 2,325-acre project encompasses residential, commercial, retail and light industrial developments, as well as social amenities like schools, healthcare and family parks.
Situated in the growth trajectory of bustling Accra, the location allows residents to commute to the city centre or enjoy a live-work-play environment within Appolonia itself. On a national scale, Appolonia is helping to reduce Ghana’s housing deficit and, regionally, the project is an engine of development for the local area.
Appolonia has obtained all local and national regulatory approvals, and site infrastructure such as electricity, water, underground drains and tarred roads are ready for Appolonia’s first occupants.
Unique in Ghana, Appolonia has high quality property maintenance and is governed by strict development controls and owners associations, to ensure residents and businesses live in harmony.
Appolonia is a unique partnership between Rendeavour, Africa’s largest urban land developer, and the Chiefs, leaders and residents of the Appolonia community.
The development was conceived and launched in Accra in 2012. Following the completion of initial infrastructure in 2015, Appolonia’s first residential phase was introduced to the market. Today, Appolonia is preparing for its first residents at the end of 2016.