The property is an industrial property on an area of 4,690.154sqm, with gross building area of 2988sqm. The property is L-shaped, and the entire land area is covered in concrete in-situ. The property is comprised of 2 No Warehouse/offices, administrative block, workshop and car shed, and a security gatehouse and convenience block.
The property is located in the heart of Apapa along the popular Creek Road, which has been renamed Michael Ibru Boulevard Road. Creek road links the main carriageway, the Apapa- Oworonsoki expressway and Tin Can Island Port, which is the major seaport in Nigeria. As a result, the neighbourhood is highly industrialised with a good cache of commercial properties as well as residential properties.
Apapa area is home to a number of ports and terminals operated by the Nigerian Ports Authority. These ports and terminals offer services for shipping companies importing and exporting containers and bulk cargoes of various commodities coming into and leaving the country.
Building ID Size (Sqm)
Administrative block 355
Warehouse 1 1,447
Warehouse 2 969
Workshop and Car shed 199
Security gatehouse 18
5 bay Warehouse sitting on 7,110.5sqm
with administrative block of 2 floors each and other Buildings
Title: Land Certificate
Brokerage: 5% (slightly negotiable) of purchase price to be paid by the buyer as commission/brokerage
Multiple Bays Warehouses With High Capacity Depth Jetty & Office Complex With Other Appurtanances.
Other Quality: The Jetty Can Berth Any Type of Vessels.
Land Size: 3.3acres (13,400 Sqm)
Location: Ceek Road Apapa, Lagos.
Title:* Lagos State Certificate of Occupancy.
Sales Price: 6billion only.
Lease option: 365million per annum (3years minimum payable in advance).
Apapa is a Local Government Area, located in the western part of Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Apapa contains a number of ports and terminals operated by the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), including the major port of Lagos State and Lagos Port Complex (LPC). The region of Apapa lies near the mouth of Lagos lagoon, and contains ports and terminals for various commodities such as containers and bulk cargo, houses, offices and a small old disused railway station (Apapa North).