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SunGold unveils 2 Abuja housing projects

SunGold Estate Ltd has launched two housing projects, Lenox Apartments and Splendour Apartments, in Abuja located at Gaduwa and Durumi districts of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), respectively.

In a statement made available to Vanguard, James Ali, General Manager of the firm, said subscriptions for the two estates are open for the general public.

Ali said Lenox Apartments is a block of 14 flats selling at an off plan price with discount consideration for outright purchase. Facilities include: Intercom connection; Fitted kitchens; Electric fencing; CCTV; Centralised water supply system; Ample parking space; Street lights and; Recreational facilities. On the other hand, Splendour Apartments is a block of 16 units also selling at an off plan price with similar facilities, in addition to a swimming pool.

With the launch of these projects, SunGold aims to provide very affordable housing with very convenient and flexible payment plans to the general masses. Both projects which are already under construction have a target time frame of 11 months for completion. What makes SunGold so unique and different from other real estate companies, is the fact that we are quick to complete and do not compromise standards on any of our projects. Our buildings and designs are so elegant, classy and contemporary. We are a testimony to the fact that you do not have to be a millionaire to own a luxury apartment in Abuja.

Sungold is presently involved in numerous projects across Nigeria. These include: Heroes Plaza – Wuse 2, Abuja; GoldPalms Estate – Owerri, Imo State; SunGold Estate – Galadinmawa, Abuja; Manis Court Estate – Asokoro, Abuja; Sim Christy Plaza – Gudu, Abuja; Zizi Apartments – Garki, Abuja; and Springfield Estate – Mabushi, Abuja.

 

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