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Tatu City expands Kijani Ridge housing project

By Otiato Guguyu | Apr 12th 2017 | 1 min read
By Otiato Guguyu | April 12th 2017
Rendeavour Kenya Country Head Nick Langford with a participant at the Tatu City Open Day.

Tatu City is launching the third phase of its “Buy and Build” residential project, Kijani Ridge. Located within the larger Tatu City, the new phase of the project introduces an additional 100 quarter-acre plots to meet demand as early phases sell out. Speaking at the recent Tatu City’s Open Day, Nick Langford, Kenya country head for Rendeavour, Tatu City’s majority owner and developer, said they had seen increased uptake at Kijani Ridge. “We are helping many Kenyan families achieve their dreams at Tatu City by offering no reservation charges for booking and introducing mortgage providers that have pre-qualified Kijani Ridge plots for lending”, he said.

It will offer amenities, including a club house and restaurant, a school, a mini-shopping centre, a jogging track, a dam and natural green open space. The open day attracted more than 500 people. “I am convinced that this is a worthwhile investment for my family. The plan put together and the thought process behind this is certainly admirable,” said Edward Muchangi, one of the attendees.

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