Rendeavour, an urban development organization based in Africa, has partnered with ATC Ghana, a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation, to deploy mobile towers in the Appolonia City development in Greater Accra.

“We continue to see more companies, both local and international, investing in Appolonia City,” Appolonia City CEO Bright Owusu-Amofah. said of the partnership.

“American Tower’s wireless infrastructure is world renowned, and we are committed to providing world-class connectivity to our residents and businesses.”

Rendeavour is constructing seven other cities in five countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The organization provides homes, offices, schools, healthcare facilities and industrial parks in an urban environment, along with infrastructure such as roads, power, water and ICT.

ATC Ghana is the principal autonomous provider of shared wireless infrastructure in Ghana. The company provides towers, in-building systems, power solutions and services that quicken network deployment for the wireless and broadcast communications industry.

Appolonia City is a mixed-use and mixed-income urban development just 20 kilometers from the center of Accra.

The project includes a variety of social infrastructure underpinned by world-class construction and estate management services.

Residential sales with a range of financing options are available by purchasing a plot to build your own house in Nova Ridge or an existing home at the Oxford development.

Appolonia Business Park offers 70 acres (30 hectares) of modern commercial areas. The park is designed to accommodate a range of uses including manufacturing, processing, storage, logistics and service companies.