Abuja is Becoming Nigeria’s Commercial Hotspot
With its reputation as a well developed city, the Federal Capital Territory continues to attract house hunters and real estate investors interested in benefiting from its fantastic array of well-developed commercial and development properties.
This interest in Abuja's commercial potential has gone in tandem with the pace of development that has made the FCT an area of immense repute. Furthermore, it is currently one of the most populated Nigerian cities, following closely behind Lagos, Kano and Ibadan, allowing for huge business potential and making now the perfect time to invest in commercial property for sale in Abuja. Split into Central Areas and suburbs, the Nigerian capital city continues to enjoy sustained development and a sizeable federal presence that has ensured steady returns on capital investments.
It boasts an international airport, stadium, University and a sizeable foreign population. The foreign contingent is part of the workforce from various multi-national organisations that have situated their corporate HQs in the Federal capital Territory due to its conduciveness for business and commerce.
The Capital of Commercial Property for Sale
As a haven for that ideal commercial property choice, Abuja's businesses are concentrated in the central areas of the city. These Central Areas consist of 30 districts that include Maitaima, Wuse II, Apo and Asokoro and Garki.
Central areas are prime locations for that ideal commercial property choice as they feature an array of office spaces for notable businesses and service providers around the FCT. These are complemented with adequate security, electricity and interconnectivity to parts of the capital.
In Fesrut International Mall, Katampe, a commercial property for sale usually costs about N19,000,000 while an office space in the Central business district can be bought for around N35,000,000. There is also a range of warehousing options available for commercial property hunters.
Commercial property in Abuja is not just restricted to conventional office spaces, as Abuja's residential offerings can also be converted for office use. Among Abuja residents, satellite towns have also become increasingly popular with towns like Lugbe, and Dutse providing becoming low-cost options for those unable to afford the Central Business Area's premium prices.
Apart from its well-finished structures and good road networks, Abuja also has a vibrant recreational side, suited for out of office days. Transcorp Hotel, Silverbird Galleria and Malls like Shoprite offer a distraction from the town's usual work drill.
Whatever you commercial property needs, the FCT is the place to be!