Structural construction of the 33-storey tower was completed last week. Finishing, plumbing and electrical works have commenced, with the building expected to be ready for occupation by March next year.
Initially, the development was approved for up to 24 floors but the building plan was later revised to 33 floors.
The building was put up at an estimated cost of more than Sh7 billion. It will host a restaurant, retail shops, offices and a business centre.
UAP, which recorded a net profit of Sh1.8 billion in 2013, said income from properties contributed 22 per cent to the company's total profit. It expects a similar growth in real estate income this year as its new properties across
The group has completed putting up a commercial building in
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