Poised to expand the frontier of real estate and bridge the housing gap, Cosgrove Investment Limited has begun Cosgrove's Smart Estate Wuye in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
The exclusive 'future-ready' gated estate offers a mix of three to five bedroom flats, terraces and fully-detached buildings, each providing a perfect balance of safety, accessibility, privacy and functionality.
According to the developers, the estate represents a future driven by innovation and offers ground-breaking solutions that would change the course of industries, communities and societies.
Located at the Wuye, a phase II development plan of Abuja city, close to Wuse and Utako districts, the firm said, the estate is making a new statement through a product or service, as the world expects something innovative and unprecedented.
According to the Chairman of Cosgrove, Mr. Umar Hadeija, the premiere project in Wuye, Abuja and most recently Katampe, Abuja site, " is evident that Cosgrove is developing estates that tell the world the future is here indeed."
He said: "From the time, construction on the project began in April 2018, it was clear that Cosgrove had been able to move at such a fast pace without sacrificing their goal of building world-class smart bespoke homes for their clients.
" All these are possible because Cosgrove pays close attention to the details of the planning, design, and finishing of each building", he added.
Hadeija also stressed that at the heart of every Cosgrove project is a commitment to use only world-class infrastructure required for home automation and smart living. That's why all their projects are 'future ready'and meets global standards of smart homes.
He noted that the impact of Cosgrove's vision to change the way people live and at the same time bring long-term returns is already being felt by their investors who are seeing a minimum of a 40 per cent return on their investment.
Speaking on the project, trainer for Bosch power tools and accessories, Mr. Dieter Schulze, said Cosgrove pays close attention to the details of the planning, design, and finishing of each building.
Schulze was among the team from Bosch Power Tools and Accessories in Germany, who visited the Cosgrove's Wuye, Abuja site, to assess the quality of work on the estate with 150 housing units of various types.
The team expressed delight with the quality of the construction and resources that went into each building on the site.