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Blue Chip firms jostle for N24b Nestoil Towers’ office space


Nestoil Towers at the intersection of Akin Adesola Street and Saka Tinubu Street in Victoria Island, Lagos

Nestoil Towers at the intersection of Akin Adesola Street and Saka Tinubu Street in Victoria Island, Lagos

If anyone is supposed to celebrate a project’s success story, developers of a world-class mixed-use development in the Lagos should be the ones, as prospective blue chip companies are scrambling to lease the newly completed Nestoil Towers, which is set to enhance the dynamic business and commercial landscape of the former Nigeria’s capital city.

The Nestoil Tower is a one-of-a-kind mixed-use development strategically located at the intersection of two major business districts (Akin Adesola Street and Saka Tinubu Street) in Victoria Island, Lagos, with a panoramic view of Eko Atlantic City and the Atlantic Ocean.

The development is targeted at dynamic businesses, multi-national industries, financial institutions that require top brand positioning and desire to be at the very heart of their target market.

Sitting on a land size of 3900sqm on 15 floors, the Nestoil Tower is an iconic structure with 9904sqm leasable commercial spaces and residential apartments to provide flexible accommodation for occupiers.

The building, completed in December last year also serves as company’s new corporate headquarters in Victoria Island, Lagos. The Tower was designed as the pioneer ‘green’ building, as it attained the LEED standard Certification (Silver) and promises to be another indication of Nestoil’s commitment to a culture of innovation and environmental consciousness.

Designed by ACCL and constructed by Julius Berger PLC. The edifice comes with unmatchable accessibility, convenience and to top governmental organizations, financial institutions, five-star hotels, recreational centres, leading schools and the Eko Atlantic makes the Nestoil Towers easily accessible and in the heart of the commercial business district.

One of the rare facilities in the structure is a helipad for quick and convenient transit to any location. Exclusively marketed and leased by Fine and Country, Nestoil Towers presents Lagos newest commercial landmark with Grade A office spaces. The multi-award winning international real estate firm, recently completed the leasing of Civic Centre Tower, another impressive office that has changed the waterfront of Ozumba Mbadiwe.

Senior officials of Fine and Country told The Guardian that some multi-national firms and private concerns have indicated interest in the tower, and hinted of plans of sealing deals in few weeks time.

The complex features raised floor for underground cabling, and flexible configuration of office spaces.  Available on all leasable office floors; double glazed curtain wall systems to minimize solar heat gains; and plug and play internet facility.

To date, there are a total of 4,110 Square Meters of Premium leasable Office Areas available. Other amenities are borehole and water treatments; dedicated transformer with two units of 1.3mVA and 1oneunit of 910kVA generating sets; T10 premium residential apartments available for lease; flexible floor plate from 231m2 to 810m2 and kitchenettes and storage rooms available per floor.

Facilities include eight restrooms per floor (including disabled toilets); four passenger lifts/elevators; car parking facilities for over 225 cars on 18 split levels; and restaurant/café/coffee room.

According to Chief Executive Officer, Fine and Country West Africa, Mrs. Udo Maryanne Okonjo, “NestOil Tower will offer dynamic businesses, multi-national industries and leading institutions a high quality and unmatched business environment and the convenience of immediately accessible executive residences in a vibrant urbane location.”

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1 Comment
  • Emeka Viktor Scana Anuligo

    a great feet i must say.