Paradise Foreshore Estate gets national recognition

LAGOS – Paradise Foreshore Estate, an urban living redefined property has been recognised as the fastest growing estate in Nigeria by the Future Leadership Awards.

This is as the company said it has commenced dredging and sand-filling on-site in Lekki-Lagos, keeping to the promise of providing a pristine waterfront living experience for Nigerians.

Christiana Kanu, the Managing Director of Property Crew, Developers of Paradise Foreshore Estate who received the award on behalf of the company at an elaborate event in Lagos, lauded the organisers of the award and promised to continue creating beautiful estates in Nigeria.

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She said: “We don’t set out to win awards, but this special recognition award from the Future Leadership Awards in its sixth year is an and affirmation and confirmation of the enormous work we have been doing in the real estate sector in Nigeria.

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“We are pledging to continue to do more to provide quality and affordable estates across Nigeria.”

Also, the company said dredging and sand-filling on-site in Lekki-Lagos has commenced.

According to Kanu, the estate located in Ajah directly facing the Victoria Garden City Waterfront is designed to cater for people who value comfort, security, serenity and modern smart home designs.

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She stated that work is continuously ongoing on and off site since the ground breaking launch of the estate in early August this year.

She said: “Since the launch of Paradise Foreshore Estate, we are speedily working on and off site to deliver the promise of a smart waterfront property that will put visible smile on the faces of all our clients, subscribers, investors and stakeholders respectively.


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