Office space in Lagos
Choose from over 5 locations in Lagos.
Our office space in Lagos is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needsOur serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term agreements and additional facilities available, our offices in Lagos provide solutions for businesses of any size.
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All prices shown are the minimum price, based on a 24 month contract or lowest rates available.
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A prestigious island suburb directly south of central Lagos, Victoria Island hosts the gleaming offices of the city's leading businesses.
Known as the Beverly Hills of Africa, Ikoyi is a Lagos suburb that is renowned for its multitude of lavish houses, hotels and boutiques.
Notable for its substantial manufacturing sector, Trans Amadi's neighbourhood has benefited from a swathe of new residential developments.
The commercial heart of Abuja, the Central Business District is also home to many administrative, diplomatic and academic institutions.
About office space in Lagos
Regus’ portfolio of office space in Lagos brings together a broad selection of professionally equipped centres supported by local amenities. Our office locations are the ultimate solution for companies seeking to expand into a competitive market or into new neighbourhoods, fully supported by business grade facilities. Long-term office rentals offer both stability and flexibility, allowing you to increase desk space as your company expands, while our office suites can be used for short term projects or ad hoc work in the area. Modern companies will also be pleased by our office equipment, which include high-speed Internet access and WiFi at every business centre.
Home to approximately 21 million people, Lagos is by far the largest city in Nigeria. Much of the country’s business and commerce centres around the city, with major local employers including Access Bank, Zenith Bank and Jumia. Moreover, a number of multinational firms have set down large regional operations here, such as Procter & Gamble, Huawei, Ericsson-Worldwide, Unilever and Coca Cola. Not only is the city the financial and economic capital of the country, but it is also the epicentre for social and cultural life, as well. It is served by the Port of Lagos, as well as an extensive urban rail system and both national and international airports.
A regular Regus office, minus the view; our lowest cost office space.
A private office space with a view, available in all our centres.
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