Plazas / Complexes / Malls for Sale in Egbeda, Alimosho, Lagos
The average price of plazas / complexes / malls for sale in Egbeda, Alimosho, Lagos is ₦26,500,000. The most expensive plaza / complex / mall costs ₦75,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦4,000,000. There are 20 listings and 4 available plazas / complexes / malls for sale in Egbeda, Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria. The plazas / complexes / malls have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each plaza / complex / mall listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Office suite @ prima tek plaza, strategically situated in a very busy and highly commercialize environment, large parking space, electricity,water and 24 hours manned security at the gate.office ensuite with toilet, floor tiles,sliding glass, burglary proof and electrical fittings.very suitable for a corporate environment. good to buy. price: 4 million naira. title documents: c of...
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a *4 floor* functional hospital and it appurtenances sited on a plot of land on a tared road fully residential area at egbeda for outright sales.
purpose built hospital
each floor at least 2 ×3 bedroom flats
on the whole 8 flats.
medical, dental and surgical instruments, fairly equipped lab and theatre
title: governor's consent and approved building plan(structural drawings)
The average price of plazas / complexes / malls for sale in Egbeda, Alimosho, Lagos is ₦26,500,000. The most expensive plaza / complex / mall costs ₦75,000,000 while the cheapest costs ₦4,000,000.
About Alimosho, Lagos
Alimosho is a Local Government Area in the Ikeja Division, Lagos State, Nigeria. Alimosho is regarded as the largest Local Government Area in Lagos state. It has now been subdivided between several Local Community Development Areas (LCDA). The six sub-divisions created out of the old Alimosho are Agbado/Oke-odo LCDA,Ayobo/Ipaja LCDA, Alimosho LG, Egbe/Idimu LCDA, Ikotun/Igando LCDA and Mosan Okunola LCDA. The LGA contains the urban area of Akowonjo.
Alimosho was established in 1945 and it was under the then western region. Majority who dominate Alimosho were the Egbados. The area is very rich in culture, prominent amongst which are Oro, Igunnu and Egungun Festivals annually celebrated. Aside the cultural heritages, majority of the inhabitants of the council area are Islamic and Christian faithful. However, Yoruba language is widely spoken in the community.