|A residential apartment, in Lekki.PHOTO: ASKLEGALPALACE|
It disclosed this in a statement on Sunday titled ‘Developer rolls out luxury apartments in Lekki’.
The Chief Executive Officer, Cribs and Castles, Mr Ted Ojukwu, said the housing estate was part of the firm’s efforts to assist in bridging the accommodation deficit in the country.
Disclosing this at a groundbreaking event in Lekki, Lagos, Ojukwu said, “The volume of housing to Nigeria’s population is yet to be solved; so we are trying to help in solving the problem. We encourage people to key in and invest.”
The statement said sitting on 2,500 square meters (sqm) land in Ikate, Lekki, the proposed estate was made up of four-bedroom terrace apartments with 24-hour power supply, lightings, water supply and security.
According to the chief executive officer, the new housing estate will encompass 10 units of beautiful terrace houses and boys-quarters, with glittering facilities such as swimming pool and gym.
The most important aspect of the estate, Ojukwu said, was the fact that the firm would be constructing tailored buildings, while working with prospective subscribers to make sure they get the best in terms of luxury.
He said, “We will give them weekly update and they will have opportunity to make choices as regard colour and kind of interiors they want.
“It is not just to build what the person won’t like and then go back again to reconstruct.
“The quality of buildings and fittings we are going to have in the house from the bricks to everything will be detailed.”
Chairman of the occasion, Price Gbenga Lufadeju, said he had seen the project completed already for mutually beneficial relationship.
The Project Director, Okey Okoro, hinted that three clear project teams had been set up for smooth takeoff.