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The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by TTLHORLA: 12:33pm On Jan 23, 2017
The concessionaire of Alade Mall in Ikeja, Lagos State, Master Reality International Concept Limited, yesterday said the proposed mall would cost N13 billion and would be completed in December 2018.

The Group Managing Director, Lai Omotola, said 114 indigenous and foreign brands had shown commitment to renting spaces in the mall.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the structure of the old Alade market was in July dismantled, following government’s approval.

Its entire land area was fenced off, finally giving way for the construction of the proposed mall.

Omotola said the former occupiers had been relocated, adding that this was to pave way for a modern structure that would meet the state’s mega city status.



Upon completion, he said the mall would be the first 24-hour live, work, shop, eat and entertainment smart mall in Nigeria and West Africa.

He said the layout plan included two level basement parking lots for at least 700 cars, a ground floor and three floors.

Omotola said the mall would have 214 shop spaces, a metro hotel, cinema, walk in clinic, an aquarium occupying two levels of floors, restaurants, game shops, offices and common areas of entertainment.

“We have consciously taken our time not just to build a mall but to build a signature edifice that everybody from far and wide will want to come and do a little bit of tourism.

“It is our hope and aspiration that come December 2018, we will have unprecedented shoppers witnessing the opening of the Alade Mall,” Omotola said.

He said discussions were ongoing with the Ministry of Physical Planning to perfect traffic arrangement.

“If you look at our plan, we deliberately shifted the mall backward to create a service lane for the people coming into the mall and then we have three exits,” he said.

http://thenationonlineng.net/alade-mall-completed-2018/

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Vince77(m): 1:13pm On Jan 23, 2017
This FTC take style dey sweet o!!!!!! grin grin grin grin

See as Lagos just dey develop upandan

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Bigajeff(m): 1:13pm On Jan 23, 2017
Lies contractor's tells (season 1)

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by soberdrunk(m): 1:13pm On Jan 23, 2017
Mall! mall! mall!= consume! Consume! Consume!, we need factories! Factories! Factories=Produce! Produce! Produce! angry angry

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by nan1: 1:14pm On Jan 23, 2017
Thought it was yemi alade's mall

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by adsamsom: 1:15pm On Jan 23, 2017
Oh Well
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Ayohbk(m): 1:15pm On Jan 23, 2017
Issokay
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by babfet(m): 1:15pm On Jan 23, 2017
I claim my outlets there in Jesus name

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by dononics(m): 1:15pm On Jan 23, 2017
smiley
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by ademoladeji(m): 1:16pm On Jan 23, 2017
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF LAGOS: Tale of a Developed Country in an underdeveloped Nation

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by phemsie(m): 1:16pm On Jan 23, 2017
Hmm this is interesting. I'm watching in 4D. Hope this won't be another white elephant project
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by obembet(f): 1:16pm On Jan 23, 2017
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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by drinkgarri: 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
And who owns it?

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by FearFactor1: 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
I go rent one shop there for my next babe

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by casttlebarbz(m): 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
angry

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by wayne4loan: 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
Ambo is a silent worker

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Shamsointegrity(m): 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
so make I fry beans abi
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Well Na good development
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by abumeinben(m): 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
Nawao...

Na so billion don lose respect

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by HIGHESTPOPORI(m): 1:17pm On Jan 23, 2017
Nice one
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Nobody: 1:18pm On Jan 23, 2017
henrydadon:
how is this going to help develop the economy

we talk about empowerment of the youth and this is what you come up with ..

this is ridiculous

at the end of the day they build the mall with substandard product and it end up crashing on innocent people..we want more industries to spring up not mall abeg..enough of the malls..


Oga, it would develop the economy in many ways:

-As the construction is ongoing, it has already provided jobs
-Upon completion, sales girls, security guards, drivers etc would be employed
-Lagos would generate more tax
-Residents of such area can go there anytime to buy goods since it is 24hrs operated
-It will automatically become a bus stop
-Students can go there on excursions

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by henrydadon(m): 1:18pm On Jan 23, 2017
how is this going to help develop the economy

we talk about empowerment of the youth and this is what you come up with ..

this is ridiculous

at the end of the day they build the mall with substandard product and it end up crashing on innocent people..we want more industries to spring up not mall abeg..enough of the malls..


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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by FearFactor1: 1:19pm On Jan 23, 2017
three plots of Land for sale...












Contact within.

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Nobody: 1:19pm On Jan 23, 2017
tinubu
drinkgarri:
And who owns it?
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Jorian1(m): 1:20pm On Jan 23, 2017
That is why I don't pray for war to come. It may take us time but we will surely grow.

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by Nobody: 1:20pm On Jan 23, 2017
MAVRODIAL MALL
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by kenoz(m): 1:21pm On Jan 23, 2017
wink
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by victorazy(m): 1:22pm On Jan 23, 2017
Now now! Yemi Alade don build Mall

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by canalily(m): 1:22pm On Jan 23, 2017
I hope you people will sell some parts in this mallundecided
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by modupe2: 1:23pm On Jan 23, 2017
precisely!!!

soberdrunk:
Mall! mall! mall!= consume! Consume! Consume!, we need factories! Factories! Factories=Produce! Produce! Produce! angry angry

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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by samkay3g(m): 1:27pm On Jan 23, 2017
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Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by symbianDON(m): 1:29pm On Jan 23, 2017
Great! Nigeria is coming of age
Re: The Alade Mall To Cost N13b, To Be Completed In 2018 by crestedguy(m): 1:29pm On Jan 23, 2017
babfet:
I claim my outlets their in Jesus name
what kind of outlet are you claiming abegi,they should use that hug of money to build factories that will employ thousand of people,After completion now,the shop will be divided among themself and the rich,after using tax payers money to build it,Big misplace of priorities .people need jobs not Mall,#IAMNOTSTANDINGWITHAMBODEONTHISONE

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