UAE Developer, Eagle Hills makes the first foray into the Ethiopian real estate market with the launch of La Gare, offering more than 4,000 residences
Abu Dhabi-based developer Eagle Hills has made its first foray into the Ethiopian real estate market with the launch of La Gare, the downtown of Addis Ababa, offering more than 4,000 residences.
Located in the capital of Ethiopia, La Gare represents an integrated community comprising residential, commercial, hospitality, retail and leisure facilities in a single, secure and exclusive setting surrounding a park.
The development spans an area of approximately 360,000 sq m in proximity to the Addis Bole International Airport, with a rail line running along its northern edge.
La Gare is anchored by four and five-star hotels supported by retail outlets, offices, and residential buildings.
The government of Ethiopia, in partnership with Eagle Hills, also aims to develop a social housing component within the master plan, where residential units will be built to permanently accommodate the existing residents currently living in the project site.
Mohamed Alabbar, chairman of Eagle Hills, said: “As one of Africa’s hidden gems, Ethiopia is rich in history, culture and natural beauty. Our vision is to bring attention to such locations across the globe, revealing the charm and potential within them and inviting future residents and tourists to consider making new homes for themselves there.
“In addition to creating a brand-new skyline and city center, La Gare is set to contribute to the local market by creating jobs, further bolstering market sentiment and energizing the economy.
“La Gare is a project of passion that will be developed on a land of heritage. It will be built upon the historical grounds of La Gare train station that has stood the test of time, and with our project, will live in people’s collective memories for even longer,” he added.
La Gare, translated from French to The Station, was the main railway station in Addis Ababa, the terminal station of the first Addis Ababa – Djibouti train line in the Horn of Africa. Completed in 1917, the station was a central part of the capital and the main source of traffic into the city.
It includes a pedestrianized retail district with a wide range of indoor and outdoor food and beverage choices and also serves as a new commercial hub for the city.
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