Expressway By Domino Pizza And Chicken Republic, Gbagada Phase 2, Gbagada, Lagos
Location: Directly on Gbagada expressway at gbagada phase2 estate by Domino pizza/mobil filling station and chicken republic on gbagada expressway gbagada.
Description: Dry land measuring 1084sqm fenced round with gates on gbagada expressway, same land has a back gate directly within a gated close just behind the exoress off lanre awolokun street, gbagada phase2 estate, which gives it two entry points.
Advantage: It is very ideal for commercial purpose because its directly on gbagada expressway i.e ideal for bank branch, shopping mall, eatery and building an office complex, terrace duplex etc, it is also very ideal for residential purpose because it has a back gate directly within a close off lanre awolokun street.
Tittle: C of O
Prize: N170m Million Naira asking
For enquiries & inspection
Pls call: Jurary Ltd
Sales & Lettings
T: 0802-474-7170, 0903-755-0954
E: [email protected]
1500sqm Land on Apapa Oshodi Expressway by Gbagada.
Title is Registered Conveyance.
Land viable for commercial use to build:
Price is N200m.
For further Enquires Please Contact,
Ahmed Ojikutu & Associates,
1 Dele Adedayo Street, Ramat Ogudu GRA, Lagos State.
08037222205, 08051647747, 08098525477
Email: [email protected][email protected]
Strategically located 12plots of Land facing express behind harmony estate linking Global impart church, by the under bridge turning to ifako bus stop gbagada
Good for petrol station
And any other commercial activity
Title: Registered Conveyance
Price: 200m asking
For Further enquires /arrangement for physical inspection.please contact
Pasgobel Integrated Service
40,Mushin Isolo Road
**BREAKING NEWS* !!!
1. Discreption : Plot of Prime Land.
Size : 1018 sqm.
Location : Gbagada estate.
Titles : LS C OF O.
Note- Excellent prime land facing express for commercial and residential purposes.
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