..Focuses on retail, small-size residential units for the residential time buyers
It was all excitement in the property market last Thursday as Eximia Realty Company Limited made a bold and ambitious entry into the market, determined to ride the current and build future dreams today.
Out with a vision to become Africa’s pace-setting property company by creating real value for its customers, and investors, Eximia aims to build these future dreams through innovative, value-driven and customer focused real estate solutions.
Eximia was conceived as a real estate company that will ‘lead the world through Africa’. The overall objective is to re-define the narrative by challenging the status quo and creating a unique and innovative platform to deliver real estate solutions in Nigeria and eventually Africa.
It is a real estate company that focuses on creating a unique and innovative platform to deliver real estate solutions with special interest in the retail segment of the market. Eximia has made a promise to provide 5, 000 units of singe and two -bedroom apartments in the next five years.
The launch of the company which was tagged ‘Real Art meets Real Estate’ started with an art exhibition by leading exhibitors in the country and was witnessed by high profile people in society. “Our unique offerings are targeted primarily at the mid-tier market, especially first time home buyers, with two projects currently in the category that are set for launch in Lekki by November”, explained Hakeem Ogunniran, the CEO of the Company limited.
Already the company is developing two projects in this category. These are the Lawton Park which offers 64 apartments comprising studios, 1 and 2 bedroom flats, and Maestroville which offers 42 apart-ments comprising studios, 1 and 2 bedroom flats.
The two projects boast facilities and amenities that include communal lounge, 24 hour power supply, children playground, gym, laundromat, sewage/water treatment plant, CCTV/controlled access/security, Wifi/hot spots, etc.
Expectation is high from Eximia because Ogunniran, who is the immediate past managing director of UAC Property Development Company (UPDC), will be bringing his rich experience and success streaks that made UPDC the real estate market leader to bear on the running of this young company.
According to him, Eximia has chosen to focus on studio, one bed-room and two bedroom apartments because lots of real estate decisions drivers cater to this category of the market. “We are committed to promoting the ideal of sustainable development and creating a perfect harmony between the environment and our deliverables,” Ogunniran assured.
Eximia is also a joint developer of The Mews at Katampe, Abuja, Genesis Commercial Park in Opebi Ikeja, and a joint promoters of the new Lake City in Lekki. Lagos.
Nike Akande, chairperson of the NEPAD business group in Nigeria and special guest at the launch, said she was driven by the passion to see businesses that spring up in Nigeria grow and develop into sustainable brands.