• Friday, February 23, 2024
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Civic Centre Towers: Blending luxury with elegance in vibrant urban location


After careful architectural designs and painstaking structural work in the past couple of years, the Civic Centre Towers—an iconic  commercial office building—is standing in a perfect blend of luxury and elegance befitting its enchanting neighbourhood and vibrant urban location.

Strategically located at the key intersection of Ozumba Mbadiwe in Victoria Island, Lagos with a panoramic water front view of the Five Cowries Creek, the Towers is the brain child of Quantum Luxury Properties, a real estate investment company focused on making proprietary real estate investments in West Africa.

The Towers, constructed by Cappa and D’Alberto, comes with a first class, highly efficient  modern office space of 9,172 square metres on 16 floors and is surrounded by iconic structures like the Civic Centre, Oriental Hotels, Mobil House, a Helipad, a Jetty and other prominent upcoming developments.

This iconic gold standard office building offers dynamic businesses and, according to Fine and Country International (W.A), the company with the sole marketing and leasing right to the building, it is a high quality business environment in a vibrant urban location for multi-national industries and financial institutions

The company disclosed to BusinessDay that the Towers boasts state-of-the-art facilities including  a raised floor for electrical cable management on all lettable office floors; double glazed curtain wall systems to minimize solar heat gains, plug and play internet facility, borehole and water treatments, two  500KVA generating set; 6,060 square meters of lettable office areas, car parking facilities for over 180 cars, a jetty, coffee room, drivers lounge etc.

“One cannot expect anything less from modern developments, especially with the growth in industrialization, commercialization and technology, meaning that there is need for commercial hubs where businesses can thrive”, Udo Okonjo, Fine and Country’s Chairman/CEO, noted.


Continuing, she said, “leading commercial cities such as New York, Tokyo, and London have continued to thrive as they attract and retain the best businesses and talents, leading to accelerated economic growth.

Such developments  serve as the corporate headquarter sites for multinational corporations, international financial institutions, law firms, conglomerates, and stock exchanges that influence the world economy and also contribute significant financial capacity and output to the city’s, region’s, or even nation’s Gross domestic product (GDP).

Okonjo pointed out that in African cities such as Lagos, Johannesburg, Cairo and Nairobi, there is  growth and emerging market in commercial activities as businesses are on the rise, adding that with improvement in infrastructural facilities, quality of life, the entrepreneurial mindset of the citizens and other factors, more commercial buildings are being developed ultimately leading to thriving commercial cities.

“Even with the on-going commercial development in Lagos, she said,  the bar has been raised with the introduction of the iconic, newly completed Civic Centre Towers on Ozumba Mbadiwe Street, Victoria Island”, she enthused.