Monday, October 25, 2021

Abatta Village Development in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

Extending over 3 hectares of greenery in Abatta near Bingerville in Abidjan, the capital city of Côte d’Ivoire, Abatta Village is a residential complex that is being built by Arabian Construction Company (ACC), a dynamic and progressive organization that has grown to become one of the leading companies in the construction industry.

The development features a total of 226 apartments divided into 190 apartments ranging from Townhouse Duplex Apartments, 5 Rooms (F5)to 2 Room Apartment (F2), 3 Room Apartment (F3), and 4 Room Apartment (F4) to 5 Room Apartment (F5).

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It also has commercial and leisure spaces including a pedestrian promenade with a marina and restaurant area, a clubhouse with its restaurant and nursery, a gym and 3 sports fields, a swimming pool with a children’s pool, and a shopping gallery.  This is in addition to an office building and more than 40% green spaces, not to mention the integration of optical fiber for the creation of a real “smart city”.

Programme immobilier Abidjan, Abatta Village - Abatta Village

To ensure a harmonious and secure living environment in the future Abatta Village the developer aims at the establishment of rules of life, aiming at respect for life in community; creation of a friendly living space focused on the pooling of common spaces; an invitation to (re) discover the notion of a residential area; access control at the entrance to the complex and each block; video surveillance; and integrated and varied amenities.

Abatta Village Development Project team

With ACC as the builder, Abatta Village is developed and designed by Koffi & Diabaté Group and it is funded by BNI (Banque Nationale d’Investissement) which is a part of the Securities and Commodity Contracts Intermediation and Brokerage Industry.

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