PURPLESTONE MODERN MARKETFEATURES Ø Each shop with toilet Ø Water Ø Ample parking space Ø Central water system with adequate storage Ø Adequate restrooms Ø Fire fighting installations Ø Wheel chair/ Pushcart access Ø Individual prepaid PHCN/ MetresPLAN AT THREE (3) S1. : N8,000,First : N3,000, fee: N200, fee: N400, on first : N3,600, 2nd : N2,500, : N2,500,2. FIRST : N7,000,First : N3,000, fee: N175, fee: N350, on first N3,525, 2nd : N2,000, : N2,000,3. SECOND : N6,000,First : N3,000, fee: N150, fee: N300, on first N3,450, 2nd : N1,500, N1,500,4. : N44,000,First : N20,000, fee: N1,100, fee: N2,200, on first N23,300, 2nd : N12,000, N12,000,More details
FOR SALE: A 3 storey 75 rooms hotel with a 5 bedroom duplex and 4 chalets with 4 rooms each on a 8000sqm land in a good and secure location opposite National Assembly Quarters, Apo and beside Apo Apartments, Abuja with Certificate of Occupancy for sale at N1.7b/$5m.More details
This property is located at the heart of the national assembly quarters which is prime for high end commercial activities. The plot consist of carcass of abandoned shops. The land is huge, the access road is tarred and the neighborhood is highly secured. The above stated price is asking and it is open to negotiations.More details
Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria. It is located in the centre of Nigeria, within the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Abuja is a planned city, and was built mainly in the 1980s. It officially became Nigeria's capital on 12 December 1991, replacing Lagos, which is still the country's most populous city. At the 2006 census, the city of Abuja had a population of 776,298, making it one of the top ten most populous cities in Nigeria. The unofficial metropolitan area of Abuja is well over three million, which would make it the fourth largest urban area in Nigeria only surpassed by Lagos, Kano and Ibadan.