The Aso rock, Zuma rock, National Christian centre, Abuja National Mosque and the building that houses the headquarters of the Central Bank of Nigeria defines the skyline of Abuja.
In fact, visitors coming into the city from Kaduna road will find Zuma rock by the side of road that leads into Abuja. The Aso rock is a 400m majestic rock that stands behind the Three arms Zone.
It may interest you to know that the Three arms zone houses The Presidential complex, The Supreme Court and The National Assembly.
Other important places of interest that make people sort for Abuja property or Abuja real estate include The Millennium Park, The National Arboretum, the National stadium, the Millennium Tower, Eagle Square and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The Millennium Park and Tower were both designed by world-class architect Manfredi Nicoletti.
Abuja was originally home to the Aso people who were later relocated after their land was deemed fit for a capital city. However, the fact that Abuja is the capital city of Nigeria makes it a microcosm of the whole country. In fact, all tribes, race and languages of Nigeria are represented in Abuja in large numbers.
The best part is that the people of Abuja are closely integrated such that you will
find it hard to differentiate neighbourhoods in terms of race, language or religion.
In fact, a saying has it that anybody who resides in Abuja is in no doubt a complete Nigerian.
Abuja being a planned city has a fine distinction between residential neighbourhoods, commercial neighbourhoods, government neighbourhoods and industrial sections of the city.
However, some overlapping may be observed within the neighbours, yet the fact remains that the city is well planned.
The Central district is the unofficial demarcation of the city into the northern and southern districts.
You will find Maitama and Wuse to the north while Asokoro and Garki lie to the south. Interestingly, Abuja's central district is home to the Three Arms Zone as well as the Eagle square.
Interestingly, the central district remains the major business district in Abuja because it houses the Federal Secretariat and offices of parastatals and Multinational corporations.
Another point that may interest you in getting Abuja property or invest in Abuja real estate is that the phase 1 of Abuja is divided into 10 districts, phase 2 into 16 districts and phase 3 into 11 districts. All of these districts provide great opportunity to own prime property in the Capital of Nigeria if you have the financial strength.
More so, the city has 5 sub-urban districts just outside the official city limits; these are Gwagwalada, Karu, Jukwoyi, Nyanya and Kubwa.
It may also interest you to know that a number of satellite settlements such as Chika, Kuchigworo, Pyakassa and Lugbe occupy the outskirts of the city. These sub-urban districts and satellite settlements provides you with another opportunity to own property within the vicinity of Abuja.
If you are interested in owning commercial property for industrial purposes, you may want to consider buying a property in Idu, which is the official major industrial Zone of the city. You may also be interested in buying property in Dei-Dei, which is home to the International Building material market and the International Livestock market.
Without much Ado, telling you that Abuja real estate market is viable is like telling you that there is water in the ocean. You cannot exhaust all the opportunities for purchasing, selling or leasing choice properties in Abuja.
In fact, it may interest you to know that the viability of Abuja real estate is the major reason behind the presence of The First Group in Abuja in creating The One Kempinski Abuja.
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