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Renders of the New Asmara Housing Project




Renders of the New Asmara Housing Project

These 3D renders, which show some of the 1,680 modern homes and shops that are under construction in Asmara, give a good visual of what is to be expected when the project is completed.


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Renders of the New Asmara Housing Project Reviewed by Admin on 12:10 AM Rating: 5

26 comments:

  1. Thanks Madote for updating.

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  2. What happen to the houses inSembel? The government still disney provade them electrical , water and sewage linnes. People who build houses there were robbed by their own government. And now another fool Eritreans will go to the same trap that is set by the government. Last time i visiter Eritrea (2013), the whole country looks a shithole. They ( HIGDEF MORONS) cant even maintain what was build before their arrival.

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  3. Mr fishwife. If u are not unhappy with governrmt you better keep ur distance from Eritrea.instead enjoy with full democracy and welfare in Europe or USA don't distract the govt and don't misled the public without analyzing the nature of the issue by putting ur irresponsible comment.

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  4. And this is just a pilot project. Better soon to come.

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  5. These images are only a small sample of the project. The pilot project in Asmara will consist of 1,680 homes and shops and is being constructed in the Asmara districts of Sembel, Space 2001 and Halibet areas. These images from the Sembel area.

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  6. Don't lie, and pretend that you were in Eritrea last year!!!! Please!! If you are not interested to know the development of the government and the Eritrean people are doing to build the country you better stay away.
    Hatred is a disease!!!

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  7. Issayasmoron, as his name indicates, is a habitual troll. Don't take what he says seriously. He's an Ethiopian regime sympathizer who pretends to be Eritrean on here to confuse people.

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  8. Issayasmoron, as his name indicates, is a habitual troll. Don't take what he says seriously. He's an Ethiopian regime sympathizer who pretends to be Eritrean on here to confuse people.,

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  9. This is genuis, it will be build by Eritrean companies. We have to remember all the construction companies in Eritrea have merged in three powerful companies.

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  10. MadoteEritrea, I was very disappointed by your reply to me that I am Erthiopian regime sympathizer and pretending An Eritrean here. Since you don't know me you just not accuse me I am Ethiopian just me criticizing the regime in Asmara. Coming back to the point, what made you think that this housing project would succeed after 99% of all projects ( be it housing or other projects) tried by the over meant failed?
    Let me mention few of them here
    1. Around 8 years ago the government of Eritrea announced it bought a cruise boat to boast the tourism industry and exporting goods. Where is this boat? Have you ever wonder what happen to this boat?
    2. what happen to Eritrean Airlines that we cheered when it started?
    3. What happen to the housing projects such as the Sembel housing? Do you know they don't have running water and Electricity? Do you know many have installed generators and few such as my family Solar panels? Where is the promise that was made by the government?
    4. What happen to the Massawa (as some people call it International ) airport ? We all know it was failed project. What was the reasone to spend all the money to construct un-functional while we couldn't even renew Asmara International Airport? Have you ever seen Asmara Airport lately? It looks like "idaga iklli"

    I could go on and on but for now this is enough! If you have valid response you are welcome to come up with response instead of attacking me Woyane, Ethiopia.....

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  11. Forto sawa

    For you who came from cave, yes Asmara is very desired City, but for me who is born in Asmara, breathed Asmaras air from day one came out of my mothers womb in late 70's to the day I left it, is not desirable at all. The Asmara I knew was clean, maintained, building intact, nice Airport where I used to go with my father to the Airport cafeteria, grew up near cinema Capitol where it looks " inda Affras" today. For a cave man Asmara look New York, but for me it looks Nakfa.

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  12. I could answer you in a way you may understand easily because u are pinhead. However I don't want spend my time for crap person. One thing u need understand criticizing and commenting might be easy because you are crap who want be short cut easy life. Eritrea cannot afford to accommodate lazy creature.

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  13. By not answering my questions you have given me enough answer that the government of Eritrea has failed miserably in every sector. In a land no independent institutions, I can't expect any progress or development. The only success the HIGDEF has made is, they killed our hope, pride, working ethics, enterprenorship, value, culture....

    Mr Issu, if you have valid response to my questions you are welcome to answer them, but as I usually say, I don't expect honey from a donkey.

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  14. Few questions
    Who owns these companies? Are they independent enterprises? Do they present financial statement, income statement? Do you have any information about their balance sheet? What about cash flow statement? Last but not least , if these companies you are talking about were publicly traded in Eritrea would you buy stocks? I need hones answer my friend.

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  15. From your statement I can tell how idiotic you are? Every city in Eritrea looks like Nakfa as Nakfa is the unique symbol of heroism and endurance. I can imagine how distant you are from the spirit of Nakfa when you try to portrait the town for your wishful badmouthing. After all, most people who claim to have been born and raised in Asmara but left right after independence are those who enjoyed life at the cost and suffering of Eritreans ...mostly deki wetehaderat derg....I happen to meet a number of these people telling me how pleasant they were during their time (definitely before independence).
    But Madote, could you get rid off this troll wedi Wetehader derg out so that we can discuss on constructive issues.

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  16. Ata wedi tor serawit,
    Where in the world does a company disclose its financial statements unless it is publicly traded or looking for loan (in this case they only present it to their potential lenders)? Do not try to look intelligent by throwing a bunch of financial terms that you have no clue of how to use. This is a typical strategy of liars, throwing a bunch of terms in an attempt to impress and confuse people.

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  17. Segum, Issu, zeragi

    discussion forum is a platform where people express opinions. Some people like me with clear mind comes here to state their opinion but then others like you who are closed minded go on a campaign slinging insults , trying to degrade other people's opinion.

    Now my question is dont I have right to disagree in a respectable fashion with you and vice versa?
    Aren't you and your likes aware that we don't have to agree with each others opinion in a positive fashion?

    All i said is i disagree with your views because of this and that. That is my view and if you want to counter me , you should do it with positive fashion.
    But since you have no valid argument , you just jumped in to insulting me I am son of "wethader". You don't know how many people my family sucrificed for Eritrean independence. For you, not only me but people like Petros Solomon, Sherifo and others languishing in prison are on of wetehaders.

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  18. No need to agree or disagree with you, you are ugum wedi dergi. Et vas te faire foutre.

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  19. Don't say that word someone who are in the leading position might get offended. (You kno what I mean)

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  20. Wish the Eritrean people peaceMarch 4, 2014 at 9:57 AM

    Asmara really needs renovation! Like badly, and I mean the old beautiful buildings they're falling apart. I was almost embarassed when I saw it in 2011, such difference from the 1980s up tp 1997. I know it is a priority thing, and short of money - but they shouldn't have neglected it this way! IT is a shame!

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  21. wish peace for eritreanMarch 4, 2014 at 10:07 AM

    I agree with essayasmoron; Asmara looks like shit, and the airport in Asmara is embarassing. It used to be cute. I too grew up in Asmara, and it is true that the war and the length of it and how it all became too away our pride, culture.. BTW I pro-ERitrea. there is no way Eritrea is a part of the agames and amharas - yuck!

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  22. wish peace for eritreaMarch 4, 2014 at 10:09 AM

    I agree! I was heartbroken when I was there last time. Even the recipe of the cake is changed, one of the things that was so great about Asmara shikor. It seems like it lost its way. But I think they'll keep it up eventually.

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  23. wish peace for eritreaMarch 4, 2014 at 10:19 AM

    there is no Eritrea without Esais. That's the fact. We are stuck with him no matter how things should have been better, and how wise he should have been from the start - like avoiding war with Yemen and Ethipia etc. But at the same time, we could impossibly expect democracy in a country at its infancy, eventhough we have old democratic culture. The desire of a people in a country that just survived war are very conflicting, they need to calm down first and work on laying the foundation for a well functioning democracy. By creed, Eritreans are not idiots. In that ways shabia was right in not starting democracy right away, but in other areas like avoiding some wars and handling some situations better, he did behave like donkey that is true. We paid blood for that country! He shouldn't have taken it so easy in the way he conducted, he should have known we had enemies who never wanted us well. That mismanagement surely hurt our Eritrean pride.

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  24. Any residential buildings in the works near this pilot project?

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