Real estate firm launches housing projects in Ikoyi

AS part of its resolve to make luxury houses available to Nigerians particularly Lagosians, one of Nigeria’s leading private real estate company, Foreshore Waters, is pioneering luxury living with lush housing projects that exude the highest order of structural splendour, functional aplomb and creates a personalised experience for homeowners.

A real estate broker, Mr Oladele Thomas, said Foreshore Waters, is with a history of delivering magnificent real estate projects and guaranteeing investors maximum returns on their investments and has built a reputation as the king of luxury living having delivered hundreds of housing unit in the Ikoyi metropolis.

He further stated that:”Standout projects like the Riverside Apartments, Insignia, Signatoria and Ikoyi Terraces amongst others have all contributed significantly to the disruption of Ikoyi’s skylines.

“IME Towers, their most recent introduction in the region is planted in the heart of Banana Island, Ikoyi–one of Africa’s most affluent neighbourhoods.

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“The property also offers access to leading multinationals, rare networking opportunity with Nigeria’s “who is who” and an industry leading 100 years warranty on the structural component of the building.”

He further hinted that:”Foreshore Waters is undoubtedly focused on becoming a market leader in the development of innovative, unparalleled luxury homes with exceptional facility management services in upscale areas and the introduction of the prestigious IME Towers which is already fast selling out is a great testament to this fact.

“With the announcement of IME Towers and the massive acceptance its getting amongst elites, homeowners and real estate investors can only begin to imagine what next to expect from the developer.”

NIGERIAN TRIBUNE

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