JUST IN: Tony Elumelu’s Property Company ‘Afriland’ Launches Luxurious Apartments in Lagos - Reportgist

JUST IN: Tony Elumelu’s Property Company ‘Afriland’ Launches Luxurious Apartments in Lagos

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Tony Elumelu’s Afriland Properties Plc has just rolled out an exciting new development in Ikoyi, one of the city’s most prestigious areas. Called “The Residences,” this collection of 13 luxury apartments is designed not just to be a place to live, but a statement of lifestyle and comfort.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

Ikoyi, known for its leafy avenues and upscale ambiance, now plays host to these newly unveiled homes ranging from cozy two-bedrooms to a lavish four-bedroom penthouse.

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Afriland’s latest project isn’t just about upscale living; it’s a stride toward addressing the diverse housing needs across various income levels in Nigeria.

Emmanuel Nnorom, the Chairman of Afriland Properties’ board, shares his insights on the initiative. “Our research underscores a persistent demand for secure, comfortable living spaces in Lagos,” he notes. “Despite economic hurdles, we must remember that housing is a basic human need, just as crucial as food and clothing.”

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Afriland is making a promise not just to the wealthy but to those on the other end of the economic spectrum. The company is setting the stage to introduce more affordable housing options in its upcoming projects.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

“Our aim is quite clear: to ensure that decent housing is accessible to everyone, regardless of their financial situation,” Nnorom explains. This approach not only addresses the immediate housing shortage but also contributes significantly to narrowing the broader housing gap in the region.

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The ethos at Afriland Properties is that quality housing should be a universal standard, not a privilege for the few.

Whether it’s a high-end apartment or a more economically priced unit, Afriland commits to maintaining high standards across the board. “Every project, big or small, mirrors our commitment to quality,” says Nnorom. “We’re actively working on expanding our offerings, including some exciting plans for Ikeja.”

Backing these ambitious projects is Heirs Holdings, Tony Elumelu’s investment company, which is deeply rooted in the philosophy of Africapitalism.

This approach aims to foster economic prosperity and social wealth across Africa. Afriland, with a property portfolio exceeding N10 billion ($6.5 million) and one of the largest land banks in Nigeria, is poised to be a key player in transforming Africa’s real estate landscape.

Afriland isn’t just building homes; it’s crafting environments where people can thrive, connect, and live well. As Lagos continues to grow, developments like The Residences at Ikoyi are pivotal in shaping a city that is as diverse in its housing options as it is in its culture and people.>>>CONTINUE FULL READING HERE

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