Kasada to Develop a Dual Branded Hotel Within the Largest Retail Led Mixed Use Development in Côte d’Ivoire
Kasada will build the first international branded hotels in the district of Angré, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.
The hotels will be part of a larger retail and office park under development by HC Capital Properties on a 5 hectares site.
This new mixed-use precinct will become an anchor in the local community and generate significant impact.
JOHANNESBURG & PORT LOUIS, Côte d’Ivoire–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Kasada, the leading independent real estate private equity platform dedicated to hospitality in sub-Saharan Africa, announced today that it will build a new dual-branded hotel in Abidjan within the largest retail-led mixed-use development currently being developed by HCCP. The complex, scheduled to open in 2024, will seek to be certified EDGE, the World Bank’s green building certification program, and will boast over 150 hotel keys, a shopping center with over 60 stores, restaurants, a mini entertainment park, offices, a co-working space, and a clinic.
Olivier Granet, Kasada’s Managing Partner and CEO, said: “We are proud of bringing to Angré’s district its very first international branded hotels and developing a project that will not only benefit our clients but also the local community. Through this greenfield program in this unique location, we demonstrate once more the innovative dynamics of Kasada.”
For this greenfield project in West Africa, Kasada has chosen to work with an innovative investment and development company that has a proven institutional track record. HCCP has previously successfully developed Cosmos Yopougon, a Grade A shopping center opened in 2018 in Abidjan’s largest municipality, that has been the shopping center with the highest footfall in Côte d’Ivoire since 2019.
With a strong commitment to incorporating the highest ESG standards into their projects, Kasada will ensure that the construction of the greenfield hotels and their operations meet the strictest international environmental and social standards. This will include reduced water consumption as well as efficient energy and waste management.