- Govt Plans To Develop New 100 Units
The real estate sector in Edo State has received a big boost in recent times with the government-backed project, Golf Mews, which has redefined the state’s luxury apartment scene, attracting investors into the property market in the state.
The development which is being promoted by the Edo State Development and Property Agency (EDPA), is a block of 26-luxury apartments and sits on 2,962 square metres of land.
The property which is located close to the Golf Course of the Benin Club and lies opposite the 4th Brigade Headquarters is a 5-minute drive from the Benin Airport.
The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki said the vision for the development is to offer luxurious property options to the urbane and upwardly mobile class of professionals, who can enjoy the opportunity to live, work and play in the apartment block.
“We are excited with the reception of our project, Golf Mews. It is already oversubscribed. The development offers a great opportunity for Edo sons and daughters to enjoy luxury living in their state. The apartment is comparable to anything obtainable anywhere in the world as it is fitted with an exquisite touch of luxury,” Obaseki noted.
The governor added that plans are ongoing to develop about 100 more units of luxury apartments around the Government Reservation Area (GRA), in the city.
“We know a lot of Edo people are desirous of such an asset as it affords them the right atmosphere to live, work and play when they visit Benin City. So, it is strategic and one of the best places to acquire a property in Benin City at the moment,” the governor added.