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Wednesday, 05 April 2017 14:36

Growth means less in Occupier Services

Although there is increased demand for space from international occupiers across Sub-Saharan Africa, these occupiers are looking for smaller but high quality floor spaces.

Located to the northwest of the Nairobi CBD, office developments in Westlands recorded average rental prices of $13.60/m2, with a 74% average occupancy rate in 2016 due to increased completed office developments under the letting process in 2015/2016.

Nairobi has ranked 10th in JLL’s fourth annual City Momentum Index (CMI) of the world’s most dynamic cities. It is the only metropolitan in Africa to be listed in the Global Top 30 of the world’s fastest-changing cities. 

Positive growth forecast for East African hospitality sector.

Nairobi: Garden City, East Africa’s first integrated residential, retail and office development, officially opened with the announcement of a new Business Park.

Group CEO of the Broll Property Group today announced the executive appointments of Gordon Bell as Director for Broll Africa operations in East Africa, and Brad Gee, as Managing Director of Broll Kenya with effect from 1 July. 

Catalyst Principal Partners, the Kenyan based private equity firm is surveying the real estate opportunities across East Africa

 

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