Browsing: affordable housing in Kenya

  • Unity Homes has completed 10.0 per cent of its KSh 5.4 billion housing project dubbed Unity East
  • Unity East sits on a 10.4-acre piece of land at Tatu City in Ruiru Sub-County and constitutes 64 units of the total 640 houses whose construction began in November 2021 
  • Unity Homes said it would deliver the project in batches, with the last batch of units expected to be delivered by September 2024

Kenyan property company Unity Homes has completed 10.0 per cent of its KSh 5.4 billion housing project dubbed Unity East.

The property, which sits on a 10.4-acre piece of land at Tatu City in Ruiru Sub-County, constitutes 64 units of the total 640 houses whose construction began in November 2021 as the project’s second phase.

Unity Homes said it would deliver the project in batches, with the last batch of units expected to be delivered by September 2024.

Other projects …

  • National Housing Cooperation (NHC) is seeking to raise KSh 7 billion through the International Finance Corporation (IFC) for an affordable housing project in Kenya 
  • NHC will use the investment to fund the construction of 3,500 housing units in Athi River, Machakos County
  • The housing units are part of the KSh 20 billion Stoni Athi Waterfront City project, comprising 10,500 units to be developed on a 150 acres piece of land.

Kenya’s National Housing Cooperation (NHC) is seeking to raise KSh 7 billion through the International Finance Corporation (IFC) under the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model to fund the construction of 3,500 housing units in Athi River, Machakos County.

The housing units are part of the KSh 20 billion Stoni Athi Waterfront City project, comprising 10,500 units to be developed on a 150 acres piece of land.

The affordable housing project comprises one, two and three-bedroom units targeting the low, middle, …

KumKang Kind is also collaborating with developers in Ethiopia, Ghana, and Algeria outside of Kenya's boundaries.

In his role as Business Development Director for Kumkang Kind East Africa, Sam Muhia advised the construction industry to be receptive to new ideas, such as using aluminium formwork as a construction component.

The building technology has been implemented by most western countries, according to Muihia, so that inhabitants can have affordable homes.…

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