Mixta Africa forays into new Towns Development in Lagos
The new Lagos City is an attraction to respectable and serious minded investors, including the elite, millennials and the upper echelon of the society, looking to invest in real estate or aspiring to quality life.
The development of apartments along the Lekki-Epe corridors is galvanising greater interest by investors and prospective homeowners, especially in mixed developments within the Lagos new town project in Lakowe, Lekki area.
The project, starting from the Lakowe Lakes Golf and Country Estate, to Adiva Plainfields and Townsville, is promoted by Mixta Nigeria, a firm under Mixta Africa, spans 308 hectares.
Speaking to reporters during a tour of the developments last week, the firm’s Sales and Marketing Executive, Mr. Ben Chiedu, said the facilities would improve the experience of homeowners, golf players and others on retreat, as the golf course is spread across the estate.
“The estate is designed in such a way that no matter where you are, you will have a view of the golf course,” Chiedu said.
The premium luxury developments consisting of Lakowe Lakes Golf and Country Estate, Beechwood Park, Marula Park and Adiva Plainfields, are connected to the 18-hole golf course and 14 natural, as well as man-made lakes.
He added that the golf course occupies 30 per cent of the space, noting that the plan is that the real estate would take up 25 per cent because it is planned to retain as much greenery as possible. The golf course sits on almost 100 of the 308 hectares.
For developers, it’s a new place to invest as the district would have over 200,000 residents, enjoying competitive facilities such as good roads, drainage, green living, natural elements, serenity and an exclusive lifestyle. The district is twice the size of Victoria Island and seeks to solve the problem of housing across varying class sectors in the state.
Chiedu said the facilities would improve the experience of homeowners, golf players and others on retreat.
He said: “The estate is designed in such a way that no matter where you are, you will have a view of the golf course.’’
The estate comprises communities, the village, the enclave, which is the oldest community and an upcoming community in Ule that is under construction for the elderly, with two or three-bedroom apartments.
“We have plots of land, we have sold hundreds of plots, and we still have a lot more. So, there is no other estate in Lagos that is like Lakowe Lake Estate in terms of size, the ambience and the natural environment we have created.There is 24-hour power supply,” he said.
Chiedu noted that the estate has a power solution in partnership with a third party organisation. He added that they were looking into transitioning to gas as their source of power, to help drive down the cost of power and attract more people to the estate.
He added that the estate has a very robust security architecture covering the entire land bank.
Furthermore, he said there was an ambulance that takes residents or their guests, who need more professional medical attention, to a hospital.
He noted that the interest on the estate was increasing due to the Dangote Refinery and new employees within the Lekki Deep Seaport.
Source: The Nation