On Monday, Mirembe Villas hosted a number of real estate companies, as well as The Katikkiro Charles Peter Mayiga and the King of Buganda Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II, to the official ground breaking of their residential real estate project.
This ground breaking was done in commemoration of the 22nd Coronation Anniversary of Ssaabasajja Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II.
The project is one of the few projects that holds a partnership with the Kingdom of Buganda. The Buganda Kingdom has partnered up with Henan Gouji Industrial Group from China. The ceremony was attended by; Buganda Cabinet Ministers, Members of Diplomatic Corps, Central Government Ministers, The Katikkiro, Ssaabasajja Kabaka Ronald Mutebi II and the Chinese Ambassador to Uganda.
Mirembe Villas are being developed by Guoji Group Company (U) Limited in partnership with the Kingdom of Buganda. With Kigo steadily becoming one of the most prime residential estates in Uganda, this project covers 70 acres facing Lake Victoria. With their unique design and innovativeness, Mirembe Villas will create a comfortable and modern lifestyle for its residents. Mirembe Villas are divided into four different tiers that will suit the needs of the different owners and families that will invest in this project.
These tiers are: tier one – which is four self-contained bedroom villa with kitchen, living room, dining room and two large balconies. Tier two consists of five self-contained bedrooms, two large balconies, kitchen, living room, dining room and a large front compound. Tier three has six self-contained bedroom villa, two family rooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, three large balconies and two parking slots. Tier four has five self-contained bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, a dining room and two large balconies.
Shakib Nsubuga, Country Manager of Lamudi in Uganda, said:
“Mirembe Villas is one of the innovative projects starting up this year, it is good to see that Ugandans are taking this sector seriously and that they are willing to spend money on good and modern housing hopefully we will see more projects like this.”