As part of the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Modern Living in Ghana, JL Properties seized the opportunity
to launch the arguably biggest inner city residential development in Ghana. Lindsay Gardens, an ongoing development which houses over 400+ housing units is one of the most sought after residential community within the prime areas in Accra, Achimota. The Launch, held on 20th November, 2021 served as an an opportunity to pause and reflect, contemplate and ponder, to pat on the back of the JL Family whilst self-critiquing on the traction built over the past ten years. It offered the chance to look back at the journey traveled, the achievements made and the challenges faced as the City’s Favorite developer.
The successfully Launched Lindsay Gardens is a seamlessly steady green residential community
with modern architecture and timeless features drawing individuals to nature. Coupled with a 24hr advanced security in a gated community, Lindsay Gardens is an intentionally designed community committed to unleash energy efficient and modern inventions to environmental sustainable whilst reducing utility cost for all. Developed with international standards with housing modern fittings to meet the exclusives, getting a property from us means you are earning a feeling of warmth, comfort, relaxation and sound mind for conducive family living.
The programme, Chaired by the Managing Director & CEO of First Atlantic Bank, Mr. Odun Odunfa brought together CEO’s, Entrepreneurs, Managers of Banks and Corporate Organizations, Staff and other renowned personnel. Dr. James Orleans-Lindsay, the CEO of JL Properties in his concluding remarks iterated that the mandate and vision to provide decent and affordable housing for the Ghanaian people is indeed compelling.
“Our goal and strategy to develop 10,000 housing units within 10 years is ambitious.
Our future has the opportunity and is bright. We have the people, the skills, the passion, the dedication and the creativity to make a huge impact. We have to create the future we want for Ghana rather than bemoaning the challenges and the past we could not have.” Dr. James Orleans-Lindsay said.