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Pinnacle tower set to be rivaled by a new 61 storey building in Watamu; the Palm Exotica

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By David Mwitari | September 20th 2018
Tallest Building in Watamu,Palm Exotjca [Courtesy]

Watamu beach, in Malindi will host the tallest skyscraper in Africa once Palm Exotjca, 61-storey building, is completed.

The building’s developers are investors from New York, South Africa and Italian billionaire Franco Rosco.

Towering at a height of 370 metres, the tower will add to the coastal town’s clout as a luxury tourism hub. Designed by Italian architect Lorenzo Pagnini, the Palm Exotjca will be a mixed use development.

The architectural design borrows from simple traditionally crafted art pieces of Kenya’s rich culture from the coast.

 

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