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with major regional players such as Tullow Oil, Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) and Ghana Petroleum Commission, having operational bases in the region.
Additionally, close by to the development is Airport City, an urban development area which has been subject to a signi cant  gure of investment, from real estate to its commercial and retail industries.
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but also close to recently constructed retail and leisure developments, such as Accra Mall and Fiesta Royale Hotel.
“In site location, strong consideration is given to accessibility and proximity to amenities and facilities that complement work lifestyle, for instance restaurants, shopping centres, community schools and bus terminals, and 335 Place has been a perfect example of this.”
Construction work at the site is progressing well, as piling works relating to the substructure development were recently completed, with the next phase of construction work on the ground  oor commencing.
335 Place is currently on track for a completion date of August 2018.
SU Tower
Eris Ghana’s second landmark Accra development, named SU Tower, will sit proudly in the very heart of the capital’s  nancial district when the ribbon is  nally cut in November 2018.
A uniquely designed 12-storey A grade o ce, SU Tower is set to become the jewel in the crown of Accra’s vibrant business region, with its prime location once again a crucial contributing factor towards the bubbling excitement generating around the project.
“When you look at the design of the tower, the fact that it is 12 storeys means that the
335 Place promises to become the region’s newest and sleekest o ce development, with the  nished article set to o er 9,985m2 of leasable o ce space over 12  oors, along with 380 parking bays.
However, the $40.2 million project will not only resemble the latest high-tech, sustainably developed addition to Ghana’s business district, but also sits in extreme close proximity to the N1/Accra-Tema Motorway/George W Bush highway, along with Kotoka International Airport.
The ideal nature of 335 Place’s location will subsequently enable the development to evolve into a hive of commercial activity, with clients and investors not just from Accra,
but around the world able to convene at
the o ce with utmost ease. The possible business-inducing rewards of its location are untold.
Site location is a crucial part of Eris Ghana’s property development strategy, which is con rmed by 335’s positioning, not only being well-served by existing transport links,


































































































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