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Palton Morgan to launch luxury apartments in Lagos

Palton Morgan to launch luxury apartments in Lagos
May 29
15:12 2024

Palton Morgan Limited, a real estate developer, is set to launch Kadars Gate, its luxury apartments, in the Victoria Island area of Lagos.

According to a statement by the company, the apartments would redefine the concept of luxury for the upper class.

Mumtaz Zaidi, the company’s group commercial director, said the apartments’ features would include spacious rooms, smart home technology and an array of premium amenities like swimming pools, well-equipped gyms, and a gated community.

He said the property has 18 exclusive luxury apartments, including three to four-bedroom maisonettes, two-bedroom apartments, one unit of a four-bedroom terrace, and four-bedroom penthouses. 

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Zaidi said prospective buyers could secure a unit with a 30 percent installment plan.

“We are delighted to welcome potential buyers of this upscale property to join our exclusive list of luxurious homeowners in one of Nigeria’s premium locations,” the statement reads.

“The goal for Kadars Gate is to provide premium apartments that elevate people’s living experience.

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“We are developing Kadars Gate in line with our mission to create contemporary structures, aspirational lifestyles and thriving communities for the truly deserving.

“We invite you to make the right decision to elevate your real estate experience by investing in this unique piece of luxury.”

Zaidi said the company will develop two more architectural structures named Skyvilla Residence and Claren Villas in Ikoyi this year.

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