The Group Chairman of Heirs Holdings, an African proprietary investment company, recently visited the newly renovated Raymond House, now known as Afriland Towers.
Group Chairman, Heirs Holdings, Tony Elumelu, Visits the Newly Renovated Raymond House, Now Afriland Towers. https://t.co/JhSOxsJuU9#AfrilandTowers#AfrilandPropertiesPlc#Renovation#Revamp#Worldclassofficespace#Construction#RealEstate pic.twitter.com/rdOlkeklTl
— Afriland Properties (@AfrilandPlc) September 7, 2018
With the aim of expanding its commercialised real estate portfolio and beautify its Broad Street skyline, the 8-floor office complex, located at the intersection of Martins street and Broad street, was acquired by Afriland Properties Plc and revamped into a world-class, fully serviced, open plan office.
During his visit, Elumelu commended Afriland Properties Plc, a property management, investment and development company, for the incredible transformation of the building, into a top-notch facility.
About the building
The Afriland Towers is a multiple floor office property, located at the intersection of Broad Street and Martins Street in Lagos Island.
Afriland had acquired the property, which was formally occupied by UBA Securities and other tenants and intend on transforming it into a world-class business office.
The project team is made up of high-profile contractors and consultants who typically work on Grade A developments in prime regions of Lagos. The main contractor is Cappa & D’Alberto and the Architect is Pieach Limited who have designed multiple projects for Cadwell Limited.