Presenting the report of the Finance Committee, the Chairman of the Committee, Dr Mark Assibey-Yeboah, said the facilities would support the continuation of phase one.
He said it would cover a total construction area of 172,197 metres square (m2).
The main structure of the market building would be pre-manufactured steel structure and beams. The parts would be produced abroad and shipped to the site for a very fast pace of construction.
Other facilities would be steel and concrete structure, metallic roofing, stalls and circulation areas, places of convenience, administrative and management areas, technical areas, parking lot and transport terminal.
Dr Assibey-Yeboah said the project would include general Infrastructure for decongestion of the central business district (CBD), neighbouring road network improvements and new pedestrianised streets.
There would also be aerial walkways to avoid pedestrian and vehicular conflict, new and enhanced drainage system to prevent flooding as well as new and safer energy distribution to prevent short-circuiting (causing fires).