LandWey to open Lagos’ first Wellness, Polo City | Dailytrust

LandWey to open Lagos’ first Wellness, Polo City

A Lagos based real estate firm, LandWey is set to open Nigeria’s first-ever wellness and polo city in Lagos.

The city called “Isimi Lagos”, according to the firm, is an ode to the peace of mind it promises to give to its future residents.

The firm said at the weekend that Isimi Lagos holds the promise of “countless ways to enjoy an active and beautifully diverse lifestyle within nature; the perfect meeting point of technology and architecture.”

Managing Director of LandWey, Olawale Ayilara, told newsmen that residents would be privy to the 360 panoramic view of nature at its finest with picturesque scenery of the city.

He said, “Residents of this majestic city would not only enjoy quality time away from the bustle of Lagos, but they get the gift of nature and the world around them to explore, all the while investing in their physical and emotional well-being.

“The idyll of the city is punctuated by an all-natural lake, which can be used for everything from kayaking to family picnics, and residents who have dreamed of destination weddings can take advantage of the waterfront which makes for the perfect wedding venue.”

According to him, families will enjoy outdoor activities like being able to pick their fruits and vegetables from the farm, while the petting zoo is a unique feature within the ranch that is guaranteed to be the children’s favourite.

He added, “A utopia for sports lovers, the city boasts of a standard polo turf with a stable that houses some of the world’s best horses and being surrounded by kilometres of riding trails provides a state-of-the-art riding experience. The golf course is certain to thrill both the pros and the beginners and would make residents fall in love with the game.

“Sophisticated meeting rooms and workspaces situated within the tech valley are equipped with high-speed internet and uninterrupted power to boost efficiency of the residents, and the sheer elegance of these spaces make them the perfect place to harness intellectual capacity, fueled by the peace that abounds around.”