The Soho Serviced Apartment is an ultra-modern fourteen storied development along Kirichwa Road in
Kilimani, which captures stunning views of Ngong hills. This one of kind development offers luxurious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom duplex apartments as well as four bedroom penthouses with elegant amenities and finishing. Completion is set for August 2018.
Amenities available in the development
Ample secure parking (2 basements)
24-hour CCTV surveillance
Intelligent security systems
4 high speed lifts
Boundary wall with electric fence
A dedicated 24 hour reception
Coffee shop/restaurant (on ground floor)
Business lounge and conference (on ground floor)
State-of-the-art gym, steam and sauna
Spa (on the 13th floor)
Rooftop infinity heated swimming pool
Children’s play area (ground floor)
Well landscaped tropical central courtyard with water features, artistic monuments and sitting benches
Complimentary services such as housekeeping, room-service, laundry
The Apartments Superior quality fixtures
& fittings include:
Kitchen quartz counter-tops
Laminate engineered wooden floors
Built in cupboards
Ceramic and stone tiles in wet areas
Pressurized & specialized hot water systems
Cable TV & internet
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These types of projects epitomize the level of disparity between the haves and the have-nots. A world bank report of 2017 showed that the gap between the rich and the poor has almost doubled in the last decade. It’s no surprise that the government of the day led by greedy buffoons will incentivize such projects but do nothing substantial to raise the incomes of the poor, except, if, it benefits tenderprenuers. It’s a sad state of affairs.
This is a comment from architects pinup board on the pricing of this aparments
Good proposal. But this should also wake Kenyan buyers up. imagine buying a 145square meter apartment for 15million? this is a raw deal. or is that price for a 75m square meter apartment? it translates to Kshs. 103,000 per square meter.
I hope people will wake up and open their eyes one day. But hey, who am i to judge? we are a capitalistic nation.
These property will mostly attract expats, institutions, investors-who want to put them up on Airbnb ,money launderers and some newly moneyed middle income who want to move away from East lands. Lavington and Kilimani are mostly full of foreigners.I read in a certain article that British who want holiday homes and Nigerians are the largest buyers of luxury property in Kenya.For British it is understandable because of their purchasing power.
The group that should be checked that are messing up for everyone are Nigerians and South Sudanese who are mostly laundering money. You will hardly get a Nigerian making a honest living who is rich-most get tenders because of connection with politicians and use their money to live elsewhere, are church entrepreneurs and a large number are drug traffickers/launder money/do wash wash and scams.South Sudanese are using oil money because of relation to politicians and will come to live in Kenya.