Sanni Adewale Str Off Broad Str, Obalende, Lagos Island, Lagos
18SANNI ADEWALE STREET LAGOS off BROAD STREET at Balogun trading Hub of central Lagos.. It is up for outright SALE . You may wish to act as agent for sale .ASKING PRICE 600 million to 800 million. 5 FLOORS With ELEVATOR FACILITIES.LAND A REA OF 322.24 Square meteres. Title for property is a Certificate of occupancy.
75 units of locked up shops located Off Broad Street in the heart of Lagos Island, reputed to be the commercial nerve center of Lagos.
This shopping complex has a huge return on investment and it's an investors delight.
Title document is Land Certificate.
A 3 storey building for commercial purposes on 150 Broad Street, Lagos Island for sale, this property is presently generating about 80million naira annually, and it is going for a price of 650million Naira asking. Title of property is C of O, interested in this property? Contact RG Consult on 08064896236
This Property for Sale Comprises of Office complex of 7 floors with penthouse and lift.
Title of Ownership: Land Certificate.
Location: By Broad Street, Close to Elephant House, Lagos Island.
Land Size is: 400sqm,
Asking Price: 500 Million Naira.
For serious enquiries & to carry out inspection, INTERESTED BUYERS should please contact TOS PROPERTY SERVICES on 08020330657, 08038592381.
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25 square meters shop in Sura shopping complex lagos island with toilet. Located in a nice block. Suitable for commercial use. Title document is Letter of allocation which entitles owner to a sub lease issued by LSDPC. Price: 9m slightly negotiable
Lagos Island is a Local Government Area (LGA) located in the central part of the city of Lagos, Lagos state, Nigeria. It is part of the Lagos Division. As of the preliminary 2006 Nigerian census, the LGA had a population of 209,437 in an area of 8.7Â km². The LGA only covers the western half of Lagos Island; the eastern half is under the jurisdiction of the LGA of Eti-Osa. The Island was home to the Yoruba fishing village of Eko, which grew into the modern city of Lagos. The city has now spread out to cover the neighboring islands as well as the adjoining mainland.
There are three bridges which connect Lagos Island to the mainland, and they cross Lagos Lagoon to the district of Ebute Metta. Most Nigerian banks' head offices are located on Lagos Island. For instance, First Bank of Nigeria is one of the Nigerian Banks with its head office in Marina, Lagos Island.