Explore the IKEJA neighbourhood

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What to expect

Ikeja without a doubt is classified as a high-class residential area on the mainland. It is easily accessible and popular. There are hotels, shopping malls, restaurant and lounges, schools and many sites of attraction.

Living the life

Ikeja is the home of local dishes, fast food and continental dishes. So, whether you are craving a quick international snack of pizza, shawarma or burger. There are a lot of hotels, clubs and restaurant that keeps this neighbourhood bubbling.

Who you'll meet

Ikeja offers urban lifestyle living for individuals and families. This neighbourhood is home to two categories of residents; the social butterflies and those who enjoy the serenity that comes with living in quiet estates.

The market

Ikeja is a metropolitan neighborhood and a commercial haven for businesses, rich with plush mansions, estates, shopping malls, cinemas and outdoor spaces that generally make living here a wonderful experience. In addition to being a hotspot for tourists.

Its limitations

As the capital of Lagos, Ikeja enjoys a rich history of amenities. From good roads that encourage early morning runs to parks and a wide array of healthcare providers to good security that guarantees your safety.

What you'll like most

As a home of commerce and influential citizens, Ikeja enjoys a rich history of amenities. From good roads that encourage early morning runs to parks and a wide array of healthcare providers, Ikeja has everything you need.

A peek at the neighbourhood

Ikeja lives up to its reputation as the capital of Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial and cultural powerhouse. A drive through the streets reveals a neighbourhood with an assortment of malls, spas, hotels, bars, lounges, and popular stores. If you enjoy shopping, going for a swim or spending time outdoors with your family or friends, you have a rich array of places to pick from. The landmarks that stand out in Ikeja make this neighbourhood one of the most important places in Lagos.

In a word

Ikeja is easily the best area on Lagos mainland to live and situate a business due to its strategic location and market structure. A large number of businesses mostly retail and service-based businesses operate in Ikeja.
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Getting in and out of Lagos

Commuting times to other key locations under normal circumstances

Surulere

By car

17

By bus

17

By Walking

14

By train

0
Victoria Island

By car

31

By bus

31

By Walking

146

By train

0
Yaba

By car

13

By bus

13

By Walking

11

By train

0
Ikoyi

By car

28

By bus

28

By Walking

146

By train

0
Lekki

By car

48

By bus

48

By Walking

126

By train

0

NOTE: All times are in minutes and estimated - during peak times these will differ significantly. All journeys are averages calculated across the whole neighbourhood. Buses and trains are calculated from the centre of the neighbourhood (buses) or from station to station (trains). If a train station is not accessible within the neighbourhood or key location it is not shown above.

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What to expect

Ikeja without a doubt is classified as a high-class residential area on the mainland. It is easily accessible and popular. There are hotels, shopping malls, restaurant and lounges, schools and many sites of attraction.

Living the life

Ikeja is the home of local dishes, fast food and continental dishes. So, whether you are craving a quick international snack of pizza, shawarma or burger. There are a lot of hotels, clubs and restaurant that keeps this neighborhood bubbling.

Who you'll meet

Ikeja offers urban lifestyle living for individuals and families. This neighborhood is home to two categories of residents; the social butterflies and those who enjoy the serenity that comes with living in quiet estates.

The market view

Ikeja is a metropolitan neighborhood and a commercial haven for businesses, rich with plush mansions, estates, shopping malls, cinemas and outdoor spaces that generally make living here a wonderful experience. In addition to being a hotspot for tourists.

Its limitations

As the capital of Lagos, Ikeja enjoys a rich history of amenities. From good roads that encourage early morning runs to parks and a wide array of healthcare providers to good security that guarantees your safety.

What you'll like most

As a home of commerce and influential citizens, Ikeja enjoys a rich history of amenities. From good roads that encourage early morning runs to parks and a wide array of healthcare providers, Ikeja has everything you need..

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