Africa’s Premier Workspace
A new icon with distinctive quality
Of all Lagos’ high profile buildings; Centre Point could grace any skyline, from Paris to New York. The façade’s stencil-like patterns draw the eye to the tiara-like crown of the building – and this passion for artistry continues throughout the interiors.A new icon for the entire continent, Centre Point is far more than a 103-metre tall architectural wonder.
Centre point is Africa's premier workspace
Centre Point’s workspaces are bright, open, and completely flexible – with powered blinds built-in to minimise heat from the hot, tropical sun. The magnificent shared spaces are also crafted with the finest porcelain tiles and granite finishes.
A Greater Share of tomorrow
At $397 billion, Nigeria is the largest economy on the continent – surpassing South Africa over a decade ago. Its growth is underpinned by a wealth of natural resources: Nigeria is Africa’s biggest oil exporter and has the largest gas reserves. This solid commercial footing has attracted and nurtured a wide variety of industries from media to financial services – including Africa’s second-highest number of tech start-ups. Centre Point is not just for today. As Nigeria powers into the middle of the century and beyond, this is a base that will drive success for years to come.
Tailored for life
With a dazzling bar, expansive cafeteria, well-equipped gym, and underground space for 266 cars, Centre Point makes working life simple.The event space at Centre Point is not only beautifully designed but also entirely flexible; ready to host elaborate meetings, award nights, keynote speeches, screenings and more.
The Commercial Capital of Africa
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.
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