From the very first brick to the selection of color panels, gardening, lights and what have you, these buildings in Ghana are simply magnificent in every right. As it stands tall and mighty it adds a spark to the Ghanaian skyline the is much appreciated by the populace and simply the prime in real estate.
From the very first brick to the selection of color panels, gardening, lights and what have you, these buildings in Ghana are simply magnificent in every right.
As it stands tall and mighty it adds a spark to the Ghanaian skyline the is much appreciated by the populace and simply the prime in real estate.
These buildings are at the top of Ghana’s architecture and definitely a sight for sore eyes.
This trio holds the title as the tallest building in Ghana. This luxurious apartment overlooks the Tetteh Quarshie Interchange, N1 Highway. Vista, Aqua and Alto. Its kente aesthetic overlooking a central garden gives it a breathtaking view. And with so much color which adds to its architectural appeal who wouldn’t want to live here?? It will mostly take a sizable investment to outstrip Villaggio as the King of the Ghanaian skyline and a spectacular sight for all eyes.
Ranked the tenth best presidential palace, the Flagstaff house is home to the first gentleman and his entourage and definitely a noteworthy place. Its architecture commands respect and never ceases to turn heads as it stands alone in the heart of the capital. Its has a whooping price tag of fifty million dollars and is without a doubt worth every penny and the Ghanaian equivalent of the Buckingham Palace.
One cannot deny the sheer genius behind this building, the construction is flawless and we can’t help but be amazed at the heights. It serves as home for many businesses, restaurants, cafes, and stores. It is what one would term prime real estate. Stanbic Heights is not only an amazing edifice but a property strategically aligned to serve the business community.
Ghana’s premier five-star hotel, Moevenpick was constructed in 2011 to replace the defunct Ambassador Hotel established during Ghana’s independence era. Set in the heart of the nation’s capital. Movenpick Hotel does not skip the eyes of a passerby. With a glorious past and a vibrant future, Moevenpick embodies Ghana’s rich heritage and promise in the real estate sector.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has an impressive building that laces the Accra sky. It is the second of the three temples built in Africa which serves members in Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Benin, and the Ivory Coast. It is popular for the golden statue of an angel blowing a trumpet which stands on the building. The Temple has a total of 17,500 square feet (1,630 m2), two ordinance rooms, and two sealing rooms.
Parliament Office Complex
The building popularly known as job 600 is situated in the same compound as the parliament and state house of Ghana. It serves as offices to the 275 legislators who represent the Ghanaian people in parliament. The edifice is a landmark in its true sense and a very august building for the honorable men and women who work there.
Ghana National Mosque
The Ghana national mosque is a super-imposing edifice in Accra’s skyline. The $10 million ultra-modern mosque complex of Turkish architectural brilliance is one of the most magnificent buildings. The building stands at a height of 33 meters from base to the top and 19 meters in diameter. The domes on the building set it to have a look like that of a palace and are simply breathtaking to all that set their eyes on it.
A gigantic structure located within Airport City, the SSNIT Emporium is a sizeable investment for the nation’s custodians of social security. SSNIT Emporium is set to be one of the nation’s leaders in commercial real estate and a right step in architectural excellence.
Formerly known as the Penta Hotel, Urbano hotel is located at Osu Opposite the Total Filling Station and one of the buildings that are catching on fast with Ghanaian especially because it’s catchy signage which sits before the hotel
It is one of Ghana’s national treasures. The building was a gift from the People’s Republic of China to the good people of Ghana This building has played host to a number of events over the years and undergone renovation works severally but we still can’t deny the structural beauty that this building hold and what it represents to the Ghanaian society.
Also known as the Black Star Square, the monument is a public square located in Accra and bordered by the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial park and Accra sports stadium. The square was commissioned by Kwame Nkrumah to honor the visit of Queen Elizabeth II.
The final resting place of the remains of Ghana’s first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah is another thriller in the sky. The building has an alluring elegance fused with culture and national symbols honoring the man who gained independence for this nation. It’s indeed a befitting place for a man of his stature.
One Airport Square
The One airport square is an architectural perfection. It is located at the airport city of Accra. The building according to its owners and developers of the Accra mall, Actis is an ultra-modern, eco-friendly building in Ghana’s most advanced development area, employing the latest building principles and state-of-the-art finishes. It is the first green commercial building in West Africa and also boasts of landscaped public gardens and a spectacular roof terrace. The building is set to be one of the distinct sites in the city.