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Abuja DistrictS and Real Estate Business

Investing in real estate is an exciting proposition. Whether you’re buying residential real estate, commercial real estate, a plot of land, or even an investment property, you’ll discover hundreds of real estate properties, within Abuja city. No two people have the same take on the same real estate, but you can use guidelines to help determine whether a property is right for you. Location: Before you buy real estate, make sure the community appeals to you. Consider proximity to schools, markets, and other amenities you find important. A good community and prime location can also help maximize the resale value of your real estate. The Phase 1 area of the city is divided into five (5) districts. They are the Central, Garki, Wuse, Maitama, and Asokoro. Although all the districts lying within this phase can be regarded as prime areas in terms of location and cost of rental and for purchase of land and houses, Asokoro, Maitama, and Wuse II are homes to the top bracket sections of society and business, and has the reputation of being very exclusive and also very expensive. There are also five districts in Phase 2. They are Kado, Durumi, Gudu, Utako and Jabi with Utako and Jabi now also falling within the exclusive list And the Phase 3 districts are Mabuchi, Katampe, Wuye and Gwarimpa. There are also five suburban districts, which are Nyanya, Karu, Gwagwalada, Kubwa, and Jukwoyi. Along the Airport Road are clusters of satellite settlements, namely Lugbe, Chika, Kuchigworo and Pyakassa. Other satellite settlements are Idu (the main industrial zone), Mpape, Karimu, Gwagwa, Dei-Dei (housing the International Livestock market and also International Building materials market).

DESCRIPTION OF SOME OF THE DISTRICTS

. Central District

The city has been well planned and the Central District is located between the foot of Aso Rock and into the Three Arms Zone to the southern base of the ring road. It is like the city's spinal cord, dividing it into the northern sector with Maitama and Wuse, and the southern sector with Garki and Asokoro. While each district has its own clearly demarcated commercial and residential sectors, the Central District is the city's principal Business Zone, where practically all parastatals and multinational corporations have their offices located. An attractive area in the Central District is the region known as the Three Arms Zone, so called because it houses the administrative offices of the executive, legislative and judicial arms of the Federal Government. A few of the other sites worth seeing in the area are the Federal Secretariats alongside Shehu Shagari way, Aso Hill, the Abuja Plant Nursery, Parade Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier across the road facing it. The Brigade of Guards organizes a twenty-four watch at the spot and they have a colorful ceremonial change of guard. The National Mosque and National Church are located opposite each other on either side of Independence Avenue.

Garki District

The Garki District is the area in the southwest corner of the city, having the Central District to the north and the Asokoro District to the east. There are some interesting buildings, which include the General Post Office, Abuja International Conference Center, the Federal Secretariat Complex, Garki Shopping center, several bank buildings and other commercial offices. At present it is the principal business district of Abuja.

Wuse District

This is the northwestern part of the city, with the Maitama District to its north and the Central District to its south. The Wuse Markert is Abuja's principal market. The second most important Post Office in the city is located here. This district also houses the Sheraton Hotel and Towers, and the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation.

Maitama District

Maitama District is to the north of the city, with the Wuse and Central Districts lying to its southwest and southeast respectively. Interesting buildings include the Nicon Hilton Hotel, National Universities Commission, Soil Conservation Complex, National Electoral Commission, and European Economic Community (EEC) office.

Abuja is a planned city, which was built mainly in the 1980s and officially became Nigeria's capital on 12 December 1991, replacing the role of the previous capital Lagos. As of the 2006 census, the Federal Capital Territory has a population of 778,567. Abuja's geography is defined by Aso Rock, a 400-metre monolith left by water erosion. The Presidential Complex, National Assembly, Supreme Court and much of the town extend to the south of the rock. The master plan for Abuja and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) was developed by International Planning Associates (IPA), a consortium made up of three American firms: Planning Research Corporation; Wallace, McHarg, Roberts and Todd; and Archisystems, a division of the Hughes Organization. The master plan for Abuja defined the general structure and major design elements of the city that are visible in the city's current form. More detailed design of the central areas of the capital, particularly its monumental core, was accomplished by Kenzo Tange, a renowned Japanese architect, along with his team of city planners at Kenzo Tange and Urtec company.

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Investing in real estate is an exciting proposition. Whether you’re buying residential real estate, commercial real estate, a plot of land, or even an investment property, you’ll discover hundreds of real estate properties, within Abuja city. No two people have the same take on the same real estate, but you can use guidelines to help determine whether a property is right for you.The plots of land we have for sale are for varoius purposes . These plots of land can be used for residential , commercial, Multi-funtional,School, fueling stations, Estate development and many more. .

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