Unity Homes limited and Rendeavour Development, the creators of the 1,100-unit Unity Homes development in Tatu City, Nairobi Kenya, are set to develop Universal One, a 576-unit apartment complex at Alaro City, in the heart of the Lekki Free Zone, Nigeria.
The proposed development shall feature modern, family-friendly apartments that include open-plan living rooms with expansive balconies, contemporary kitchens with polished granite worktops, wooden teak textured ceramic tiles, 100L solar water heaters, smoke detectors, and white UV wardrobes.
“Unity Homes is bringing its high-quality, affordably priced apartments to this West African country. We are pleased to play a role in advancing the housing agenda of Lagos State and to be a pioneer residential development in the Lekki Free Zone, surrounded by amenities such as shops, schools, and healthcare,” said John Latham, the Executive Director of Unity Homes.
About the Alaro City
Launched last year but one, Alaro City was conceived as a 2,000-hectare mixed-income, city-scale development with industrial and logistics locations, complemented by offices, homes, schools, healthcare facilities, hotels, entertainment, and 150 hectares of parks and open spaces.
The project is a partnership between Rendeavour, Africa’s largest urban land developer, and Lagos State, the economic and financial nerve center of Nigeria.
To date, more than 35 companies including Starium FZE, a subsidiary of BUA Group, Mantrac Caterpillar, HMD, and Ariel Foods FZE, the largest and most technically advanced ready-to-eat therapeutic foods producer in Africa, are operational, designing, or building their facilities in Alaro City.
3.5 kilometers of initial road networks and a modular 50MVA power plant are also under construction.