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For those who are developing real estate projects on the Lekki Peninsula, please post news and photos. Recommend posting per the following:

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New Estate Coming 2010 To The Lekki Peninsula Near Abija - Creek View Estate





Creek View Estate
25 Hectares
2400 Total Units in 3 Phases
Phase I: 339 - 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Condos and Townhouses
Private - Public Initiative with the Lagos State Government
Affordable Housing Initiative - N12M to N40M
Website: www.primecityng.com
 

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Press Release Regarding Creek View Estate - Sept. 14, 2009

Prime City Construct, Ltd., a real estate development company with offices in Lagos, Nigeria and Atlanta, Georgia, has received preliminary approval from the Lagos State Government for the proposed real estate development of the Creek View Estate on the Lekki Peninsula near Abijo. The goal is to help those in the Lagos region gain access to affordable and quality housing, through a Private - Public Initiative working directly with the Lagos State Government and with leading Nigerian and International Banks. Planned development commences early 2010.

The Creek View Estate is a planned community built on 25 hectares consisting of medium level housing with modern amenities to be developed in three phases. Phase 1 is starting with 339 units to facilitate the planning of all key elements in developing a successful business model. It consists of two sections: To the west toward Victoria Island consists of 8 Block flats with 2 and 3 Bedroom configurations. The east section consists of clusters of 6 Terrace homes whose architecture is reminiscent of the beautiful city of San Francisco. In addition, the site will house common facilities such as a swimming pool, recreation center, and a retail shopping mall at the main street entrance.

Phase 2 will commence once Phase 1 is well underway. Phase 2 is expected to provide housing for about 770 families in clusters similar to Phase 1, such as units of 2 & 3 Bedroom flats as well as 3 & 4 Bedroom Town Houses. Phase 3 is expected to provide housing for an additional 980 families.

Prime City’s target market consists of the junior and middle managers in both the public and private sector, Nigerians living abroad who want to own property in Nigeria, and bankable clients who can afford mortgages based on acceptable criteria. The sale prices will be between N12,000,000 and N40,000,000 to accommodate the low and medium income brackets.

ABOUT: For over a hundred and fifty years the family of the founder of Prime City, Sam Shitta-Bey, has been active in the business, political, and religious communities of the State of Lagos. Growing up in Lagos and subsequently having the opportunity to live in both the United Kingdom and the United States, Sam has continued the family tradition with direct involvement in the business community of Lagos. He also has developed a passion to see fellow Nigerians enjoy the benefits of modern living that others experience around the world. His initiative and drive is now focused on helping many in Lagos gain access to affordable and quality housing through the Creek View Estate Housing Developments.

Website: www.primecityng.com.

Prime City will be in Chicago at the Eko Club Int'l Convention from October 9-11, 2009. At that time we will have more information on Mortgage options available to potential buyers. Please stop by our display table to discuss your interests in Creek View Estate with one of our associates, or attend a presentation on the Creek View Estate at 11:00am on Saturday, October 10th. Governor Fashola and a delegation from Lagos will be attending the convention. Eko Club International website: www.ekoklubinternational.com
 
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