Explore the SURULERE neighbourhood

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What to expect

Surulere has a moderate standard of living. You will have so much fun living or doing business in this ever bubbling neighbourhood.

Living the life

It is no secret that the best of Lagos street food can be found in the streets of Surulere and at the best rates too. In Surulere, a lot of local independent restaurants and bukkas (popularly known as mama put) can be seen in different parts.

Who you'll meet

Surulere is a blend of various types of people. Young families, upcoming artistes, grandparents, politicians, locals, students, people from different ethnicities live here. It is very easy to fit into the different neighbourhoods.

The market

Surulere is as much a residential area as it is commercial. There are so many businesses, in all sorts of industries situated in Surulere. In this neighborhood, you can find all sorts of clothing stores, interior design boutiques, car dealers etc.

Its limitations

Bad Drainage, Densely Populated, Insufficient means of transportation to and fro this neighbourhood.

What you'll like most

In this neighbourhood, you will not only get spoilt with different choices when it comes to buying locally but also with ample job opportunities too. There is almost nothing you cannot find on the street for your day to day living.

A peek at the neighbourhood

Surulere is known as the sports hub of Lagos, as it houses two major international sports stadiums. Surulere without a doubt is one of the key transport nodes of Lagos, as it connects the city’s mainland with the different parts of Lagos Island. Surulere serves as a mid-point between the Island and Mainland, therefore living in this neighbourhood ensures you have quick and easy access to both parts.

In a word

Famous
Cosmopolitan
Lively
Bustling
Inexpensive
Transaction volume
Transaction volume (quantity)
  • 40%
  • 30%
  • 20%
  • 10%
  • 0%
  • H1'16
  • H2'16
  • H1'17
  • H2'17
  • H1'18
  • H2'18

Lagos by the numbers

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Getting in and out of Lagos

Commuting times to other key locations under normal circumstances

Ikeja

By car

16

By bus

16

By Walking

14

By train

0
Yaba

By car

4

By bus

4

By Walking

10

By train

0
Ikoyi

By car

17

By bus

17

By Walking

159

By train

0
Victoria Island

By car

16

By bus

16

By Walking

157

By train

0
Lekki

By car

33

By bus

33

By Walking

138

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

Surulere has a moderate standard of living. You will have so much fun living or doing business in this ever bubbling neighbourhood.

Living the life

It is no secret that the best of Lagos street food can be found in the streets of Surulere and at the best rates too. In Surulere, a lot of local independent restaurants and bukkas (popularly known as mama put) can be seen in different parts.

Who you'll meet

Surulere is a blend of various types of people. Young families, upcoming artistes, grandparents, politicians, locals, students, people from different ethnicities live here. It is very easy to fit into the different neighbourhoods.

The market view

Surulere is as much a residential area as it is commercial. There are so many businesses, in all sorts of industries situated in Surulere. In this neighbourhood, you can find all sorts of clothing stores, interior design boutiques, car dealers etc.

Its limitations

Bad Drainage, Densely Populated, Insufficient means of transportation to and fro this neighbourhood.

What you'll like most

In this neighbourhood, you will not only get spoilt with different choices when it comes to buying locally but also with ample job opportunities too. There is almost nothing you cannot find on the street for your day to day living..

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Victoria Island,
Lagos State, Nigeria
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