Abuja is the current capital of Nigeria and earned this position from Lagos state in 1991. The Federal Capital Territory, Abuja is the seat of government in Nigeria. Abuja is well planned with the road well tarred and well maintained. The population is of moderate density not up to one million compared to other megacities in Nigeria. Abuja is in close proximity to other states in Nigeria such as Nasarawa state, Kaduna state, Kogi state and Niger state. Abuja was Masterminded to have four phases; Phase 1 being completed is the Central Business District in Abuja hosting the National Assembly with other popular places such as Asokoro, Wuse, Maitama and Garki, the remaining three phases are developing residential hubs. The major Airport in Abuja is the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport and second busiest airport in Nigeria.
The Federal Capital Territory, Abuja is a high brow place with a high standard of living. Apartments in Abuja are well built with the best architectural design having basic amenities at its best, electricity and water supply in Abuja is adequate. Houses in Abuja gives a fickle taste of luxury and could come pricey. Nevertheless, there are apartments in Abuja that could match your budget.
2 bedroom flats for rent in Abuja comprise of two standard bedrooms, a kitchen, a standard sized living room, dining area, toilet and bathrooms which number up to three in most cases. Two bedroom apartment is also referred to as chalets. There are beautiful and pocket-friendly 2 bedroom apartments for rent in Wuse 2, Wuye Phase 2, Utako, Kado Phase 2, Lugbe, Mararaba, Gwagwalada, Nyanya, Mpape, Kubwa, Karu, Jabi and Durumi within the price range of N350,000 to N3,000,000.