Lagos was considered a fishing village until the 1950s. Today, with only 10% of the country’s population, it contributes 30% of the Nigerian economy and has phenomenal growth forecasts for the future.
The city’s can-do entrepreneurial dynamism is fuelling the growth of luminaries such as Google, KPMG, and PWC, as well as local powerhouses like Andela, United Bank for Africa, and Dangote Group of companies.Register Interest
Ikoyi is a vibrant neighbourhood of style and culture. With its many restaurants, hotels, and bars, the exclusive Ikoyi and Polo Clubs nearby, and Murtala Muhammed Airport just a short drive away, Centre Point is perfectly located for business and entertainment.Register Interest
Lagos is both a doorway to Africa and a business destination in its own right.
Poised to become a world centre of commerce, Centre Point’s stylish and elite Ikoyi neighbourhood boasts a rich selection of international businesses, luxury apartments, chic hotels and embassies – together with Africa’s most respected British school, Lagos Preparatory School. It is a community built on success, and ambitious for more.Register Interest