Tatu City project finally gets off the ground
Tatu City, Kenya’s biggest privately funded real estate project, is finally taking shape, with civil works set to begin after a ground-breaking ceremony on Saturday.
Sixty per cent of the first phase of the 150-acre Kijani Ridge had already been bought by home owners including Kiambu County Governor William Kabogo.
Kijani has been subdivided into 145 half acre and 156 quarter acre plots. “My home will be in Tatu and I welcome all those who want to live next to Kiambu’s first governor as a neighbour,” said Mr Kabogo.
During the launch that was attended by United States Ambassador Robert Godec and Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed, Rendeavour an American real estate company, showcased what is set to be a premier gated community with spacious individual serviced plots.