The Eko Atlantic city project is arguably the biggest infrastructural project in the Africa. It dwarfs Egypt’s Suez canal and South Africa’s Gauntrain projects in scale. It dwzffs
EKO Atlantic city is a multi-billion dollar project of Nigeria’s future which is spearheaded by a ground breaking idea to reclaim land lost to the sea, transforming it into a futuristic new waterfront 21st Century city in par with Dubai.
The epicentre of this new vision will be a financial hub for all of Africa that will put Eko Atlantic on a par with the world’s most established established financial centres.
The impressive and sweeping Eko boulevard will become Lagos’s answer to 5th Avenue New York, and house financial institutions.
The new hub will be set within a galaxy of new residential and commercial neighbourhoods, iconic buildings and leisure and retail spaces all supplied by state of the art purpose-built infrastructure.
Set like a jewel at the heart of Eko Atlantic will be the Eko Pearl, a five tower residential complex rising majestically out of the virgin soil to gaze out across the Atlantic ocean.
Nestle alongside Eko Atlantic and perfectly setup to provide access to this new city and to wider Lagos, the Eko energy estate is a 450, 000 sqr metre expands in a prime location for access to both the new opportunities of Eko Atlantic and the fast developing potential of mainland Lagos.
Behind the Eko energy estate project is a name synonymous with high-end future facing development and infrastructure projects is ORLEAN INVEST AFRICA.
In 25 years at the forefront of Nigeria’s economic advancement, ORLEAN has been responsible for a wealth of extraordinary projects, including the world’s biggest industrial free zone – the Onne Oil & Gas Free Zone.
ORLEAN is a major partner in the BadagryMegaport and Lekki International Airport project, working behind the scene to deliver the new face of Lagos.
With the ORLEAN name and expertise behind it, combining secure state of the art facilities with an unparalleled location, Eko Energy Estate offers Nigerians a chance to live with First World infrastructure for the first time, joining South Africa as the only African countries boasting a city with first world infrastructure.
As the 5th largest economy in Africa, it is no surprise that Lagos, with a GDP larger than combined economies of East Africa’s two largest economy can pull of such a project independent of the nation’s treasury.