The management of Marcopolo Properties on Saturday, unveiled one of its estate located in Lekki, Lagos, ANAMBRA PEOPLE reports. The estate which has opulent and seductive environs, is also meticulously detailed, has themed array of terrace, semidetached and fully detached duplexes is a prized asset.
As disclosed by Chief (Sir) Frank Okafor, the Managing Director of Marcopolo Group of Companies, “The working with a great space created an opportunity to refine the layout to match the estate’s true character. You know this already, great outcomes are impressive, and Ivy Luxuria is one of such.”
The event which was in solidarity graced by business associates and friends of Okafor, availed guests that came from far and wide the offers and conveniences that are inherent in the newly inaugurated estate as Chinyere Ajeyi, head of marketing, threw insight to the prices of various bedrooms available.
According to her, “Three bedrooms terrace with one bq (phase 2) goes for N52 million, three bedrooms terrace with one bq (phase 3) goes for 53 million, Four Bedrooms Terrace, 57 million and Four Bedrooms Semi Detached with one BQ – 65 million.
According to Okafor, “Marcopolo is a brand that provides for the lower, middle and high classes in the building sector.
One unique thing that stands Marcopolo out from other estates and competitors is quality. “What stands our brand different is quality. We believe so much in quality. We have engineers in different departments that will make sure we come out with the best quality that can stand in any part of the world.
“Also we give after sales maintenance services. If you buy Marcopolo property we will be able to maintain that property for you for the next six months free of charge. So that is what makes us different from other people,” Okafor reiterated.
Despite the success Marcopolo Properties Limited and other private companies have achieved in reducing housing deficit in Nigeria, Okafor believes strongly that there is so much he can still do in solving housing problems in Nigeria if government give him more support.
© Isaac Asabor