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Nigerian Real Estate Is Hot Cake For International Venture Capitalists by padron4(m): 8:45am On Jul 04, 2014
Actis LLP, a London-based private-equity firm with around US$1.7 billion (N272 billion) investments in Africa has initiated many projects in Nigeria, including, the 307,000 square feet Ikeja City Mall in Lagos. Reports say that the cost of Actis investment is approximately US$100 million (N16 billion), and is presently occupied by renowned retailers like Shoprite Holdings and Samsung Electronics. It has also invested another US$100 million (N16 billion) for developing a 19,40,000 square-feet Heritage Place in Lagos slated to open in 2015.
Actis as well as other notable real estate investors such as 3Investonline, UPDC, James Cubitt Architecture and a host of others leans heavily on industrial, office, infrastructure, and retail investment. Get more update on http://naijainvest./2014/07/the-gap-in-nigeria-real-investment.html
Re: Nigerian Real Estate Is Hot Cake For International Venture Capitalists by Markab: 9:12am On May 07, 2017
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Actis LLP, a London-based private-equity firm with around US$1.7 billion (N272 billion) investments in Africa has initiated many projects in Nigeria, including, the 307,000 square feet Ikeja City Mall in Lagos. Reports say that the cost of Actis investment is approximately US$100 million (N16 billion), and is presently occupied by renowned retailers like Shoprite Holdings and Samsung Electronics. It has also invested another US$100 million (N16 billion) for developing a 19,40,000 square-feet Heritage Place in Lagos slated to open in 2015.
Actis as well as other notable real estate investors such as 3Investonline, UPDC, James Cubitt Architecture and a host of others leans heavily on industrial, office, infrastructure, and retail investment. Get more update on http://naijainvest./2014/07/the-gap-in-nigeria-real-investment.html

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