A Very Strategic Shop Situated Along The Busy Part Of Sangotedo. Good For Supermarket, Boutique And Any Sort Of Business. Rent Is 600k Per Annum And Request Is For 2 Years Which Is N1.2M, 10% Agency Which Is 120K And 10% Agreement
A Newly Built Shop In A Very Busy And Densely Populated Estate For Rent In Sangotedo. The Shop Is Strategic For Any Kind Of Business As It Will Enjoy Good Patronage By Numbers Of Persons Who Ply The Road. Rent Is 500k Per Annum.
A Strategically Located Commercial Property Suitable For Office Use Or Shop Along The Very Busy Pedestrian Path Of Sangotedo.
The Property Is 25.5Sqm Which Is A Normal Sized Space, It's Got Convenience Inside It And A Very Spacious Balcony To See Through The Express And Vice-Versa.
Rent Is N600,000For Further Enquiries Do Contact RG Consult On 08064896236
A new building located on langbasa road close to addo road.
-a two story building
-each of the floors is 104sqm2
-large car park
-1st and 2nd floor still not partitioned and can be converted to taste
-location is accessible to addo,badore,okera,ajah
-building suitable for HOTEL,MALL,COMPLEX,HOSPITAL,SUPER MARKET,LOUNGE,etc
NOTE:- A FLOOR CAN BE CONSIDERED FOR LET @ 1.5MWe can also be contacted if you have a property to sell, rent or lease.
For further enquiries/tour, arrangement for inspection, kindly contact usWebsite - www.providence-property.comInstagram- providencecitypropertyTwitter- @PPropertyAlliedOffice- Office- Providence city property and allied resources Ltd,block C ,suite 17 & 18 De Legacy Plaza,beside Havillah hospital addo road ajah.
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