Cytonn Real Estate will be handing over the third phase of its Sh5 billion Flagship Project, The Alma, coming barely two months after handing over the second phase.
According to the firm, the majority of urban dwellers in Nairobi live in very basic dwellings without comprehensive lifestyle amenities, reliable water, and power supply.
Cytonn Investments, an affiliate of Cytonn Real Estate, seeks to address this by building comprehensive lifestyle developments, such as The Alma that has everything within reach from daycares, to retail centers to swimming pools.
The Alma is strategically located in the fast-developing Ruaka neighborhood, a 20-minute drive from the CBD adjacent to the Runda, Rosslyn, and Muthaiga, giving residents a feel of the city life and the countryside.
The Alma comprises 477 apartment units, a retail center, and a nursery school. The project is clustered into 9 apartment blocks named in alphabets, parking is provided for on the ground floor level and green areas are elevated on the first-floor level. Other amenities include a retail center, lifts for every block, a swimming pool, a borehole to supplement the county council water, a bio-digester, and a reverse osmosis plant.
Alma’s architectural design is unique in Kenya showing the edge that Cytonn looks to bring to the sector. The project entails an elevated swimming pool, a children’s playground, elevated gardens, a retail center, and a gymnasium which makes it a comprehensive lifestyle development.
Despite the numerous challenges brought by the Covid-19 pandemic, which has slowed down the real estate sector, Cytonn has strived to complete the construction of the Alma in record time while promising to give the best as the year snails to an end.
“For us, our customers will always come first. We are always working to ensure that our customers get value for their money. That is what drives us, quality for our customers,” said Cytonn CEO Mr. Edwin Dande.
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