LIVING IN IBADAN #NIGERIA – LAND & PROPERTY PRICES IN IBADAN (REAL ESTATE IN IBADAN)
- April 11, 2021
- Real Estate Business
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10 mega facts of EKO ATLANTIC, an ongoing PROJECTS IN NIGERIA.
Eko Atlantic is a strategic new coastal city being built on Victoria adjacent to Lagos, Nigeria, to solve the chronic shortage of real estate in the world’s fastest-growing megacity. It is a focal point for investors capitalizing on rich development growth based on massive demand- and a gateway to emerging markets of the continent.
Eko Atlantic ongoing construction projects in Nigeria, will provide
10. Unique Opportunities For Real Estate Development
Standing on 10 million sqm of land reclaimed from the ocean and protected by an 8.5km long sea wall, Eko Atlantic will be the size of Manhattan’s skyscraper district.
9. An Independent Drainage System
Considering the challenge of flooding the main Lagos city has experienced over the decades, Eko Atlantic City developers have taken the conscious step to ensure that road systems within the City require an independent drainage network to ensure the evacuation of water off the road surfaces.
8. Financial Hub in Sub-Saharan Africa
Eko Atlantic City is also set out to become the strategic financial hub in West Africa and the entire Sub-Saharan African region, providing a conducive environment for businesses, multinationals and corporations to relocate their head offices.
7. Privately Funded Initiative
The Eko Atlantic City project which should be home to 300,000 residents when completed, is 100% privately funded by South Energyx Nigeria Limited the developers and city planners, and is a subsidiary of Chagoury Group of Companies.
Developers at the moment are taking advantage of the opportunities the Eko Atlantic city will bring in terms of infrastructure.
5. ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
Eko Atlantic is a marvel of modern engineering and technology, and a testament to the rise of Nigeria on the world stage.
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