Construction work begins on Nigeria’s Centenary City

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Construction work begins on Nigeria's Centenary City

Dubai based Centenary City Developers FZE, have started work on a multi-billion project in Nigeria,with the launch of its first co-development  known as “The Grove.”

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The US$18 billion Centenary City will also play host to Africa’s tallest building-standing 326 feet-upon completion.The tower will also host a five star hotel, offices, as well as recreational facilities.

The nega city which is near Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja,will spread over a total construction area of 91,000 square metres with a total of 236 units of five-bedroom terrace houses.

The city will also have have a central business district, a museum and cultural centre, to promote African arts.
It will equally have forty world-class hotels, an 18-hole golf course, polo and country club, an international conference center, sports and leisure facilities, a safari park, educational institutions, healthcare and community amenities.

The developer Centenary City Developers FZE is a joint venture between Front Range Developers, investors from the United Arab Emirate, UAE, and Centenary City Plc.

Mr. Jaimal Shergill, Executive Director of Front Range Properties of the UAE said: “After a thorough due diligence and confirming all the approvals are in place, we are confident to launch The Grove in Centenary City.”

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