Westlands, a former residential suburb to the north-west of the CBD, and Nairobi Hill are now established prime office locations.
The market is supply driven. Nairobi’s well-established trade-up process continues, with prime tenants moving into decentralised space to satisfy their higher expectations. with the average space requirement falling to 1,000-2,000 sq ft (95-185 sq m). The CBD supply was dominated by T imes T ower and T eleposta T owers
Gibson said he waited in the car in the driveway as Flannery went into the house. Flannery then came out of the house and motioned Gibson inside.Shortly after that, a mail carrier blocked the car in the drive with his truck, and Edward Perry – a Spalding Drive neighbor – burst into the house and threatened the men with a machete. The men fought with Perry and took the machete from him before fleeing, chased by a police helicopter.
However, with the current depressed economic climate, coupled with rising construction costs, it seems more likely that much of the development designed for 2000 and beyond will not proceed, unless pre-let. In the absence of rental growth, future supply is expected to slow down. MarketValue of your home There is growing doubt as to how much further development can be sustained in Westlands and the Hill.
There is growing doubt as to how much further development can be sustained in Westlands and the Hill.
Another potential node of future growth is the Mombasa Road, with industrial related offices and showrooms developing alongside the adjoining Industrial Area. With Nairobi’s role as a regional hub, this area will benefit from its close proximity to the airport.