Flat land in a very good and usable location just behind gilmore office. Road is graded and underground infrastructure done, asphalt work is ongoing. Land has dwarf fence.. CofO bills have been fully paid and price is negotiable.More details
DISTRESS SALE Location:Jahi,Abuja(close to next Cash & Carry)Purpose: CommercialTitle: C of O & Power of AttorneyDescription:Office Complex Ground Floor=155sqm+ 115sqm=270sqm First Floor=53sqm+ 65sqm +42sqm + 105sqm=265sqm Second Floor=53sqm +65sqm +20sqm +53sqm + 65sqm=256sqm Total = 791sqmPrice: 350m asking Pics available on requestMore details
It is located at Jahi District, adjacent the mabushi ultra modern market about 5 minutes drive from the Nigerian Airforce Conference Centre and Suites. The property is a land with an ongoing construction for a plaza sitting on about 7023 sqm. The development on the property is currently on the 2nd floor and provides for a banking hall, shopping mall, office spaces as well as a basement car park. This property is up for sale at an asking price of #650,000,000 (#650M) This property offers a huge potential and I urge you to take advantage of it. Here are my mobile numbers: 08102779260 / 07032769167. Thank you.More details
The property is a proposed plaza comprising of 5 floors and a basement, sitting on about 7,023sq.m of land with extremely adequate space for parking in jahi district within FCT Municipal Council. The tittle of the property presently is a RofO which the CofO is been processed while the approved building plan has been successfully processed and obtained. The development on the property is currently on the 2nd floor and now in the market, the floor are open halls such that an investor can partition appropriately to suit purpose. Each floor is 1900sq.m of lettable space. Plot 33, sector center A, cadestral zone B15, Jahi district.More details
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