Modern and Efficient Infrastructure

Utility services are live in Eko Atlantic, residents are already enjoying all the city has to offer.

Eko Atlantic presents a city within a city, a vibrant ecosystem where dreams come to life. As Lagos’s population gears up to cross the 30 million mark by 2030, the demand for space is escalating. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to stake your claim in this emerging landscape.

Developers in Eko Atlantic are already taking advantage of the numerous benefits that land in Eko Atlantic has to offer

  • Modern and efficient master-plan: self-sufficient and sustainable
  • Advanced Infrastructure: uninterrupted power, clean water, underground drainage and world class communication
  • Designed to the highest standards, meeting present and futures demands
  • Independent 24/7 power supply
  • Water and waste water treatment
  • Fiber optic communication connections to every plot of land
  • Plots of land are delivered with connection to utility services
  • Elevated street levels to accommodate basement parking above ground water
  • Building in a city specifically planned for medium to high density development


Value added amenities within the city include:

  • 10.2km long waterfront promenade
  • 2 large marinas connected by an internal water-way



Water Treatment Plant:

-Compliant with European Standards for potable water.

-Features world-class water network facilities.

Water Treatment Capacity:

  • Phases 1 & 2: 60,000 m^3/day
  • Phases 1 & 6: 100,000 m^3/day

Power Generation

Eko Atlantic Utility has commissioned its first 10MVA natural gas power plant, in addition to completing 3 distribution substations responsible for energising phases 1 and 2 of Eko Atlantic City via a 33kV distribution network. This infrastructure relies on 6 MTU Rolls Royce engines, efficiently fuelled by compressed natural gas, to provide power to an extensive 48km network of underground cables

Use of Roundabouts vs intersections

  • Significant improvement in car flow and reduction in delays
  • Significant reduction in car accidents and fatalities
  • Studies estimate up to 46% reduction in co2 emissions

Use of Concrete Blocks vs Asphalt

  • It is estimated that the city is 2-3 degrees celsius cooler due to the use of concrete blocks
  • Much more durable compared to asphalt
  • Much less maintenance required compared to asphalt


  • 200,000 trees nursery located 40 mins away from Eko Atlantic
  • Tree planting on-going in developed areas of Eko Atlantic

Use of Led Lights

  • Very long life and less maintenance
  • Uses 85% less energy than traditional street lights
  • Can easily be connected to smart components fo different uses ( dimming, emergency lighting, etc.)


  • Pedestrian friendly city
  • Wide sidewalks throughout the city
  • All utilities are installed underground


  • Road and bridges built for high – density use
  • City wide bus network
  • City wide canal network to connect with Lagos ferry transport system.

Sea Wall

  • Designed to withstand the worst storms in 1,000 years
  • Designed with rising sea levels in mind
  • Protects Victoria Island and parts of Lekki

Energy Efficient

  • Use of double glazed glass to reduce the cooling requirements of buildings
  • Use of energy efficient cooling systems in buildings
  • Smart building solutions to keep the building energy efficient
  • Use of Led Lights for new buildings

Project Timeline

November 6, 2018

Viewed from the east, the development of the 3 Azuri Peninsula towers on the right, two Eko Pearl towers in the centre, and the Alpha 1 office tower on the left

November 6, 2018

A profile view of the Eko Pearl Residential Towers

June 25, 2018

The expressway on the south side (on the right of the picture) has been completed, while the north side of the expressway remains in its current state to allow for construction vehicle access.

June 25, 2018

A completed section of the road network in Eko Atlantic.

June 25, 2018

A night image of the 3 towers of Azuri Peninsula under construction.

August 21, 2017

The entrances and exits to the Canals are now complete. Drivers will be able to access the East and West expressways in the lower level of the city via these roadways. The expressways will be built alongside the canal.


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