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UPDC’s Festival Mall to be commissioned tomorrow 10th December 2015 in Festac



Festival Mall Festac 1Residents of Festac and environs are in for a whole new shopping and delightful shopping experience as the Festival Mall is set to be officially commissioned tomorrow 10th of December 2015 by the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode. The Festival Mall was conceptualized to service the demand for modern retail space in the Festac Town, Orile, Mile 2, Satellite Town, Abule Ado, Trade Fair Complex areas of Lagos.

It boasts of 46 shops including an Anchor retail shop (Shoprite), 4 screen cinemas (Silverbird); a food court with four restaurants and other line shops with brands like Medplus Pharmacy, Ruff n Tumble, Maybrands, Slot and Lifemate Furniture and many more great brands.

Festival Mall Festac 2Shoppers visiting the Festival Mall are assured of ample parking spaces and adequate security. The facility also has an ultra modern firefighting system and detectors; water and sewage treatment system as well as supply of stable electricity supply via IPP. CCTV cameras, Access controllers as well as plain clothes surveillance and an incident repose team are already in place to ensure activities in and around the Mall are closely monitored.

Within the mixed development estate where the Festival Mall is located is the Residences. The Residences consist of One Bedroom and Two Bedroom apartments on 8 floors with facilities such as Central air conditioning system, Central Gas system, Gas powered IPP for 24/7 power supply, CCTV system, Smoke detector and fire alarm systems, Sprinkler system, water treatment system and Central Sewage system. The estate will be fully serviced and managed by UPDC.

The Festival Mall and The Residences are components of UACN Property Development Company’s mixed use development in the heart of Festac. This truly mixed estate development model is the first of its kind in Lagos, consisting of Golden Tulip Hotel, Festival Mall and the Residences

For further enquiries you can contact Titilayo on 07043050195
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  1. Tee

    December 10, 2015 at 8:25 am

    Omo e be like film trick, if I use my 1990 goggles. I remember when we use to watch American movies and see all their gigantic malls, I use to wonder when our chemist and supermarkets go ever be like that. Now when I tell my brothers about shoprites, spar and their likes in almost every city in Naija, they just marvel. E real be like film trick, just yesterday, our Tejusoho market don come turn mega shopping centre with real concrete building no be blocks wey rain fit remove the roof(pan) lol. I can’t wait for the monorail at mile2 to start, that way I go fit visit people wey I never see in years. I love the progress. Wetin una think

  2. Velvet Hammer

    December 10, 2015 at 8:59 am

    Love it!

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