Oak Homes, a Lagos-based top-notch housing firm, has made its debut in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) with The Oak Villa to redefine the concept of luxury living in the city.

The company’s entry into the FCT was heralded by a ground-breaking ceremony performed by the FCT Minister of State, Dr. Ramatu Tijanni.

The minister, who was represented by her Special Assistant on Technical Matters, Mubdiyu Mustapha, expressed joy over Oak Homes’ in-road into Abuja, describing it as unique.

She said: “This is the beginning of better things to come in the area of housing development in Abuja. Government doesn’t have the resources required to build the exquisite homes you develop for individuals.

“In this way, the administration is willing to engage in a public-private partnership (PPP) that can guarantee accelerated delivery through the provision of land and on-site infrastructure.”

“The FCT is keen on partnering with the private sector to fund housing deficit and With development costs borne by Private developers, it is expected that developers such as Oak Homes can bring cheap funds to the table for the construction of the houses, thereby guaranteeing unit selling prices that are affordable to the target market segment.”

In his introductory remark earlier, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Oak Holdings, Olukayode Olusanya, explained that The Oak Villa, which was unveiled, was designed to echo architectural magnificence in luxury buildings and finesse in real estate engineering. He said the project will redefine the concept of luxury living in Abuja.

Source : The Guardian