Thank you for your inquiry at the Garden City Residences about our exclusive Apartments and Townhouses, available both for sale and rent.
The Garden City Mixed Use Development is a world class product funded and developed by Actis (Actis)who are an international Real Estate Fund and Private Equity firm with a stellar record of developing world class real estate across sub-saharan Africa.
Garden City is a unique destination, an oasis in Nairobi, a Kenya Vision 2030 flagship project and the first mixed-use development in Kenya. Phase One of the overall masterplan is now fully complete and features the award winning 350,000 sqft Garden City Mall, a 3-acre central landscaped park, a water play park and children’s play areas as well as The Garden City Residences, and there’s more to come, Phase two of the masterplan includes 20,000sqm of Grade A offices scheduled for completion in Q2 2019 as well as business hotels and a hospital facility.
The Garden City Residences comprise of 76 apartments in the first phase (100% sold and complete and 159 townhouses and apartments (70% sold) in the second phase – comprising of 83 apartments and 56 townhouses.
The available units range from 2 and 3-bedroom simplex and duplex apartments and the 4-bedroom Townhouses – see attached residential brochure and unit plans and if you’d like a virtual tour of the townhouses you can do so on your phone or on your laptop by clicking this link
Across the Garden City development, we take sustainability seriously, and the Garden City Residences are the first residential development in East and Central Africa to be awarded the Green Star rating from the South Africa Green Building Council and the Kenya Green Building Society in recognition of the sustainability features designed into the development.
In addition, Garden City Residences will shortly be awarded UN blue status due to the three-tier security infrastructure provided as per the attached Security Graphic.
The sale prices, asking rents and sizes of the units available are indicated in the table below.
Asking rents (negotiable)