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By Gboyega Akinsanmi, Heads for THISDAY Awards in Abeokuta, Tuesday, 22 Feb 2013 Former United States President Bill Clinton with President Goodluck Jonathan and Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN) at the event Former United States President Bill Clinton Thursday joined President Goodluck Jonathan and Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), among others, to unveil [...]

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Stakeholders eye new opportunities in Eko Atlantic City

The Punch Newspaper – 24th February, 2014 – Story by: Maureen Azuh Stakeholders in the real estate industry have expressed optimism that the Eko Atlantic City project will provide new frontiers for professionals in the built environment. At a business luncheon organized by the Lagos Branch of the Nigeria Institution of Estates Surveyors and Valuers, [...]

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Eko Atlantic project will save Victoria Island

By Tunde Alao FOREIGN delegates attending the second EU-Nigeria Business Forum in Nigeria, last week commended the efforts of the promoters of the Eko Atlantic City, located in Victoria Island, Lagos, saying that the reclamation and construction of sea defence will safeguard residents and properties in Victoria Island. The delegation comprised European ambassadors and representatives of European Union Member [...]

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LASG to build 1,200 houses in Eko Atlantic City

SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 BY SESAN OLUFOWOBI   Lagos State Governor Babatunde Fashola on Tuesday said no fewer than  1,200 houses would be built in Eko Atlantic City to reduce the housing deficit in the state. Fashola, who received a French delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Trade, Nrs. Nicole Bricq,  at the Lagos House, Marina, [...]

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Building megacities: could Africa lead the way?

By Mark Hattersley, September 3rd, 2013 Ambitious city plans could transform the African continent but what will the new urban jungle look like? The city of the future could well be a very interesting place in which to live. Forget the hectic, jam-packed urban decay that marks most modern cities: the metropolis of the future [...]

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Nigerian Developer Set to Build Africa’s Next Giant City

By Drew Henshaw, July 2, 2013 LAGOS, Nigeria—Africa’s cities are running out of land, prompting a real-estate developer here to erect what might be Africa’s ritziest district on a beach long known as a haven for day laborers and beer tipplers. The shacks that crowded the shoreline called Bar Beach are gone, replaced by construction tents. [...]

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Eko Atlantic leads emerging African cities promising homes for over 800,000 residents

Business Day Newspaper, June 12th, 2013,  Story by: Chuka Uroko Eko Atlantic City, variously described as Africa’s Dubai, tomorrow’s Lagos and Lagos of the 21st century, is leading the pack of seven new cities under construction across Africa which altogether promise homes for over 800,000 residents. These cities include Kiamba in Angola Konzo Techno City in [...]

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Lagos requires N440bn for shoreline protection project

  by Dayo Ayeyemi, June 26th, 2013 The Lagos State Government said yesterday that it would require N440 billion to protect the state’s shoreline, covering 87 kilometres, from problems of coastal erosion and degradation. Besides, the Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Mr. Adesegun Abiodun Oniru, an engineer, said the state government has spent over N38 [...]

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Eko Atlantic: The future on a grand scale

by Iain Marlow, March 23rd, 2013 Ahmadu Bello Way runs along the coast past a row of dilapidated seaside hotels and businesses, many now boarded up and abandoned. Historic maps show that the shoreline once extended almost another three kilometres into the Atlantic, but dredging in the early 1900s removed a crucial, protective sandbar. A [...]

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Eko Atlantic City and what it reflects

Business day Newspaper- dated 18th April, 2013. Story by Erejuwa Gbadebo Property development provides many benefits to any discerning economy. More than just providing accommodation and shelter to the people of a state, it drives economic growth, with its effect felt in other areas like telecommunications, banking, insurance and retail. Indeed, one only needs to look [...]

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Lebanese President Lauds Eko Atlantic City project

The Guardian Newspaper, 20th March, 2013, by Tunde Alao The Lebanese President, Michel Sleiman, yesterday lauded the Eko Atlantic City project. Sleiman, who paid a brief visit to the project being bankrolled by his country-men, said he was impressed by the scope of work. He described the job as a beacon of better things to come [...]

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The new city of Eko Atlantic is the most impressive urban development project in Nigeria.

Eko Atlantic will be a new home to 250,000 people and the workplace of another 150,000. The ten square kilometre development will have waterfront areas, tree-lined streets, efficient transport systems and mixed-use plots that combine residential areas with leisure facilities, offices and shops.

Eko Atlantic will enhance the status of Lagos and create a new and stronger financial hub for the whole of West Africa.

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