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Eko Atlantic City unveils Pearl Tower, first residential building

Eko Atlantic City, the unique and innovative development, in a vibrant environment with 21st Century facilities on the coast of Lagos, is set to celebrate a client’s major development with the unveiling of the first completed residential building, Eko Pearl Towers.

The development comes in addition to the commissioning of the Eko Boulevard, Nigeria’s first eight-lane city road last year.

Eko Pearl Towers, the first residential development in Eko Atlantic City, is a set of high-rise buildings, privately owned and developed by the leading Eko Pearl Construction Company. The development which is situated about 500 metres away from the financial centre of Lagos on Eko Atlantic City, consists of five high rise residential towers, each topped with deluxe penthouse types, two and three bedroom apartments exuding a luxurious home experience with a view of the Lagos coastline.  It will be unveiling the first tower; the Black Pearl with the second Champagne Pearl scheduled to be completed in 2017.

According to a statement from the developers and promoters of the multi-billion dollar project, South Energyx Nigeria Ltd, the Eko Pearl Towers ranges from 24 to 33 floors comprising four apartments per floor, two apartments on the royal penthouse floors, a technical floor, terrace floor, a ground floor and a basement floor.

Speaking on the development, the Vice Chairman, South Energyx Nigeria Ltd, Mr. Ronald Chagoury Jr. said the completion and unveiling of the Eko Pearl Towers marks a significant milestone for the Eko Atlantic project. “We are very excited to see the city come to life, with the first set of residents moving into the city and we look forward to the completion of other landmark projects within the city,” he said.

Eko Atlantic City is expected to provide homes to about 450,000 residents, and 300,000 commuters.


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