Township Development– Iraq – Mauritius – Georgia
Sector: Real Estate Development| Mix Use
Scope: Business Development | Pre-development Support | Government Relationship Management | Consortium Creation
Value: $12,500,000,000 +
Karbala, Iraq: $8 billion, long-term, a mix-use project covering a 20 km plot on the shores of Lake Razzaza, seven km from Karbala City downtown. The project consists of 40,000 residential units in addition to commercial, retail, hospitality, education, public amenities and other services.
Baghdad, Iraq: $6 billion, a high-density mix-use project covering a 5 km plot west of Baghdad. The project consists of 30,000 residential units in addition to commercial, retail, hospitality, education, public amenities and other services.
Georgia: $1.2 billion in the capital Tbilisi as well as the black sea region. The deal achieved a 70% reduction in acquisition cost through a mixture of re-zoning, post payment, and phasing structures.
Mauritius: $2 billion, mixed-use development project promoted by the government. The project is an extension of the current capital and will be developed in partnership with the government of Mauritius (the project is currently on hold by the government).