‘World Trade Cen­tre Abuja is for elavated life style’

Daily Trust - - PROPERTY - By Ben Atonko

Stan­dards in the World Trade Cen­tre Abuja are com­pa­ra­ble to those pro­vided by sim­i­lar cen­tres in Ber­lin, New York and Dubai, the As­sis­tant Gen­eral Man­ager, Cor­po­rate Communications, Church­gate Group, Mr. Femi Awopetu as­sured.

Awopetu who ex­changed emails with our reporter re­cently main­tained that high­end prop­erty seek­ers should ex­pect “the same sat­is­fac­tion that is de­rived from liv­ing in a lux­ury apart­ment with world class. The WTC Abuja of­fers noth­ing less.”

Awopetu said lux­ury is the fun­da­men­tal prin­ci­ple of WTC brand all over the world so the one in Abuja can­not be an ex­cep­tion.

He ex­plained, “The World Trade Cen­ter Abuja, which will be the first pur­pose built WTC in West Africa was en­vi­sioned with the in­tent of es­tab­lish­ing an el­e­vated life­style for Nige­ri­ans.

“In­spi­ra­tion was drawn from mod­ern ci­ties such as Tokyo, Stock­holm, Paris; we be­lieve Nige­ri­ans truly de­serve to en­joy the same ameni­ties and in­fras­truc­ture with­out trav­el­ling abroad.”

The World Trade Cen­ter Abuja, de­vel­oped by Church­gate Group is a mixed use de­vel­op­ment of lux­ury liv­ing, AAA of­fices, hos­pi­tal­ity and shop­ping that of­fers un­par­al­lel lux­ury and com­fort to those seek­ing a life­style above the rest.

Con­struc­tion of the Phase One is now at the fi­nal stage, which com­prises the res­i­den­tial and com­mer­cial tow­ers.

The res­i­den­tial tower will of­fer lux­ury apart­ments with mod­ern ameni­ties, while the com­mer­cial tower will ac­com­mo­date busi­nesses of var­i­ous sizes, with of­fices rang­ing from 100 to 1,440 square me­ters.

The build­ings, at 24 storeys each, are set to de­fine Abuja’s sky­line.

The com­mer­cial tower is the tallest of­fice build­ing in the na­tion’s cap­i­tal while the res­i­den­tial tower is the tallest res­i­den­tial build­ing in Nige­ria.

Fu­ture phases in­clude the con­struc­tion of a shop­ping mall and a 37-storey ho­tel which will be among the tallest sky­scrapers on the African con­ti­nent.

Awopetu said the first two tow­ers will open to the pub­lic in the first quar­ter of next year.

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