The project was constructed at a cost of US $206m together with the Radisson Blu Hotel which is just adjacent all located along the Maputo Coast Road. The Rani Towers project comes into birth as a joint venture between Rani Investment and Minor Hotel Group which has its headquarters in Bangkok.
According to Bitar, one of the towers has 21 floors which will be for apartments while another 17 floors will be for office space with a floor space of 22 000msq2.
There will be 181 fully furnished apartments with 177 of them being managed by Radisson Group while the others will be leased out for individuals interested.
In addition, the facility will have two swimming pools, shopping area, conference hall which will be able to cater for 450 people, gymnasium, lounges and restaurants.
Bitar also noted that the Rani Towers construction combined iconic architecture and unparallel construction quality with high standards of health and safety, interior design and maintenance services.
Bitar was optimistic that the new development would help Mozambique be a desired destination in the global tourism sector.
Rani Investment has had operations in Mozambique for 15 years and its other investments include Pemba Beach Hotel and Luxury Island Hotels.