Hospitality projects designed for living and for business. Projects including Moorhouse or Four Points in Nigeria.
Fully integrated retails and commercial complexes supported by modern facilities.
Mixta Africa has an outstanding track record, strong development expertise and proven competence.
Tips for living in a Golf Course.
Recreational and residential dream experiences.
MIXTA CÔTE D'IVOIRE
Rue E 139, Cocody Riviera 3
Centre d’ Affaires Saint Michel, 25
Founded in April 2005, Mixta Africa is Europe’s first-mover into, and an active player in the fast growing African Real Estate sector. With offices in Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia, Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria and Mauritania and projects in Algeria and Egypt, we have a mission to create value for our clients by delivering innovative solutions.
Mixta Africa is one of the first international entrants into the social housing market in North and West Africa.
Mixta Africa has successfully developed circa 11,000 residential and retail units across eight countries and is currently present through its subsidiaries, Mixta Maroc, Mixta Senegal, Mixta Tunisia, Mixta Nigeria and Mixta Côte d'Ivoire with projects in Algeria and Egypt.
In 2015, Mixta Africa was acquired by Asset & Resource Management Company (ARM), an established asset management company headquartered in Lagos, Nigeria with circa US$3.05 billion under management.
Mixta has more than 100 experienced professionals and subsidiaries in 6 African countries.
Mixta Africa has identified a new market, Ethiopia to enter into in the short term. Other countries such as Kenya, Ghana, Rwanda, and Zimbabwe could be tackled in a second phase in order to continue expansion and the delivery of Mixta’s Africa vision in Real Estate sector.
In October, Mixta Côte d'Ivoire has introduced our new project in Abidjan, RESIDENCE ONE.
In this fear, Mixta Côte d'Ivoire (Salon de l'Architecture et du Bâtiment) Mixta Côte d'Ivoire a présenté notre nouveau projet RÉSIDENCE ONE.
This year there were 139 exhibitors from 15 countries (Morocco, Tunisia, France, Arab Emirates,…) even though the most attendants were from Abidjan, and received visits from close 30.000 people.