Dayspring Property Development Company Limited (DSPDC) is beaming with pride as Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, the Governor of Lagos State, officially inaugurates their iconic masterpiece, Centre Point in Ikoyi, Lagos State.
Positioned as Africa’s premier workspace, Centre Point rises majestically to a height of 103 meters, offering a dynamic blend of leasable office spaces, owner-occupied offices, and a versatile multipurpose hall. This dynamic space isn’t just reserved for tenants; it’s open to the public as well, inviting everyone to partake in extraordinary events. Each facet boasts its own distinct and stylish entrance on the ground level, setting the stage for unparalleled experiences.
Speaking at the commissioning ceremony, the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, commented: “This indeed is a magnificent edifice, a place of elegance, beauty and class. Centre Point represents a new era for Lagos and Nigeria, symbolizing our unwavering commitment to sustainable growth. This remarkable edifice is a place where beauty and tourism have come together. This is truly what Lagos is all about. You have indeed raised the bar and added a big flavour to Lagos. This is a beauty of what our Lagos can become.”
Executive Director at Famfa Oil, a sister company to DSPD, Mr. Dele Alakija, commented: “This magnificent structure is the embodiment of international collaboration, transcending borders, and cultures to create a centre of excellence unparalleled not only in Nigeria but across the entire African continent. It stands as a testament to the power of unity and the sharing of expertise from disparate teams on various continents.”
Also speaking at the event, Mr. Rotimi Alakija, Executive Director of Centre Point, added:
“The mandate of Dayspring Properties is to bring international standards of property development to Nigeria. Centre Point is not merely a commercial building; it is a new landmark with a lasting legacy. To us, it’s a bold declaration of elegance and innovation, attracting talents and investments from all corners of Nigeria, various parts of Africa, and the world.”