Wed, 04 Sep 2013 10:27 - Updated Wed, 04 Sep 2013 10:35
Kilamba City flats sold out
The flats of the newly built Kilamba City have been sold out, with celebration of contracts and handover of keys to buyers currently in progress.
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A view of the Kilamba City
The information was released Tuesday in Luanda by the chairman of the city, Joaquim Real Marques.
According to the official who was speaking during a visit the bishops of the African College of the Methodist Church paid to Kilamba, the city is currently the home for 40,000 residents.
Joaquim Real Marques said he expects that the number of residents increases until December or January 2014, as many people will be moving in with the end of the academic year.
Would that happen, the official added, the number of residents might reach 60 to 70,000 residents, before climbing to 150,000, with the completion of the next phase of the project. The city currently comprises 700 blocks of flats.
The prices of the apartments range from Usd 70,000 to 180,000, payable over a period of 10 to 30 years.
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