2017

a brand is born

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An Exclusive Global Brand

The World Trade Center concept was first revealed at the 1939 World’s Fair in New York. Today, almost 8 decades on, exclusive ‘World Trade Center’ branded properties and trade service organisations are located in more than 90 countries around the globe, forming one of the most respected and recognised international ecosystems of global business connectivity, housed in some of the world’s most iconic buildings.

The World Trade Center brand is brought to Nigeria via a world-class development that is set to surpass anything currently offered or planned in West Africa. Its architecture redefines the Abuja skyline, and offers both commercial and residential owners and tenants an opportunity to be part of a development that will be soon regarded as Abuja’s premier address and leading trade hub.

King George VI & Queen Elizabeth (first car) proceed alongside the Hudson River in New York City en route to the New York World’s Fair, on June 10, 1939

President Franklin D. Roosevelt opened New York’s $160,000,000 World’s Fair with an address in which he said America has “hitched her wagon to a star of good will”, on April 30, 1939.

Exclusive Privileges

The gravitas that an office within the World Center adds to business credentials is easy to imagine, as is the distinction of living in and owning one of its luxury apartments. Such ownership status is set to be endorsed by the WTC Abuja’s exclusive club, for which membership privileges are soon to be defined and published. ‘The Club’ will offer members preferred access and rates to a variety of premium services, both within WTC Abuja and across the World Trade Center global network.

With a membership list that will no doubt include the ‘Who’s who’ of Nigeria’s business and social elite. The Club will provide the opportunity to network at the very highest level, both in Africa and beyond, suitably amplifying the business and lifestyle benefits of being part of the WTC Abuja.

A membership list that will no doubt include the ‘Who’s who’ of Nigeria’s business and social elite””
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