Petrocam Gas Station, Along Lagos Road, Epe, Lagos
We have available to let shop and offices space, within a shopping Complex in a Prominent Gas Station, located along Lagos Road, in Epe Lagos
This is a brand new Complex, commissioned in 2019
For those of you dreaming of having shop/offices around Epe environ, this is your opportunity to make it come true.
Ground floor Space: 250,000 (1 shop available)
Electricity is available for use and it is charged at N75 per kilo watt Ample Parking spaces, security, water, cleaning services and station opens for almost 24 hours
No other complex can match our rent.
Epe is a town and port in Lagos State, Nigeria. It lies on the north bank of the coastal Lagos Lagoon and has road connections to Ijebu-Ode and Ikorodu. A traditional settlement of the Ijebu people (a subgroup of the Yoruba). Epe was established in the mid 18th century as the chief port (slaves, cloth, agricultural produce) for Ijebu-Ode, the capital of the Ijebu kingdom. It later served as the refuge for the forces of Kosoko, the Yoruba king ousted from Lagos by the British in 1851. In 1892 Epe was the embarkation point for the military expedition sent by Sir Gilbert Carter, the governor of Lagos, to defeat the awujale (the Ijebu political and spiritual ruler) at Ijebu-Ode.
Modern Epe is a collecting point for the export of fish, cassava (manioc), corn (maize), green vegetables, coconuts, cocoa, palm produce, rubber, and firewood to Lagos. Special leaves useful in preserving kola nuts are trucked to Ijebu-Ode, Shagamu, and the other main kola-shipping towns. Epe is best known for its construction of the motorized, shallow-draft barges that navigate the coastal lagoons. Fishing is the major occupation. The town is served by secondary schools, several hospitals, and a health office. Pop. (2006) local government area, 181,409.