The housing project occupies a perimeter of about 100 square meters and comprises 3005 residences (four-storey buildings with eight apartments each and one- and two-storey T3-type houses) as well as 210 shops.
Sidewalks, public lighting, water and electricity supply network, gyms, playgrounds, sports courts, among others, are also part of the centrality, writes Angop.
In terms of social infrastructure, there are two kindergartens with nine classrooms, a primary school with 24 classrooms, a secondary school with 12 classrooms, a health center with 25 beds, as well as a polytechnic institute, a police station and two children's centers.
According to Angop, the urbanization also has rainwater drainage systems, parking, green areas, among others.
The Minister of Public Works and Territorial Planning, Manuel Tavares de Almeida informed that the recently inaugurated urbanization will serve more than 21 thousand inhabitants.
He also made it known, quoted by Angop, that during its construction, the centrality created more than 3000 jobs.
This is the third housing project in the province, which already has the centrality of Lossambo (opened in 2017, with 2009 houses) and Fernando Faustino Muteka (opened in 2020, comprising 4001 houses).