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IRA Resort and

Sustainable Community 

Types of Homes
Pole Iron Barns

Main Structure


This resort will be located in The Brusubi area of The Gambia W. Africa on 100 acres of land. Here in the Gambia the national language is english which allows for great communication with the people of Gambia. The Gambia is call ed the smiling coast because of it warm and friendly people.  The town of Brusubi located 1 hour and thirty minutes from Gambia's international airport. (pop.12,000) this 100 acres of land features three ponds that can be used for swimming and as a food source, Natural well water, and wooded area for nature hikes and camping. 80% of the land is open space, excellent for building and cultivating. 


Our resort will be a beautiful 25,000 sq. ft. resort consisting of sixty rooms which will also consist of 20 permanent resident dwellings. The grand entrance will feature a huge cobble stone fire place, a 100-sq. ft. lounge area and reception area.



Movie Theater
Reception Area
Lounge & Bar
Grand Gazebo



Swimming Pool                           Tennis Court                                      Grand Gazebo

Butler service                              50 Seat Movie Theater                    Pod Cubicles                 

Career training service             Executive Spa                                    Basketball Court

K - 12 Education                          Gym                                                      Game Room

Container Housing 

Through our program you can purchase a shipping container home as an investment property or as a residence. Shipping container architecture is a form of architecture 

using steel intermodal containers (shipping containers) as structural element. It is also referred to as cargotecture, a portmanteau of cargo with architecture.The use of containers as a building material has grown in popularity of the past several years due to their inherent strength, wide availability, and relatively low expense. Homes have also been built with containers because they are seen as more eco-friendly than traditional building materials such as brick and cement

60" Container
20" Container
20" Container

Alternate Housing

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