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Through this Amara Ridge development in Karen, Cytonn has delivered a signature lifestyle. [ Photo / business today ]

Demand for housing has been growing over the last decade with Kenyans becoming ever-more conscious of having a roof above their heads.

There are plenty of suppliers of real estate products in the country but discerning potential buyers prefer dealing with reputable real estate companies that deliver not only quality houses but also within set timelines.

Lifestyle homes

 Cytonn Real Estate has established itself in real estate by delivering exquisite homes at great prices. And many organizations are noticing it.

Earlier this year, the firm was named the Best Real Estate Developer in Kenya, 2019 by the International Business Magazine.

Among its impressive portfolio are Amara Ridge in Karen, which was completed and handed over in 2018, and The Alma in Ruaka, where the first phase has been handed over to the owners. Other projects include The Ridge, RiverRun, Taraji Heights, Applewood and Newtown.

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The award-winning real estate arm of Cytonn Investments has a special focus on providing compelling lifestyle benefits.

Interestingly, all of Cytonn’s projects are concentrated in Kiambu and Karen. Cytonn Senior Brand Manager Daniel Mainye says this is part of the strategy to deliver the type of housing and lifestyle that the market wants.

“A lot of research went into our decision to build in these areas and so far, our research hasn’t let us down,” says Mr Mainye. “Both Amara Ridge and Phase 1 of The Alma are 100% sold out.”

Of the top 10 fastest growing mid-sized towns in Kenya, six are in Kiambu County

Cytonn Analysis

An analysis of residential real estate in Kenya shows that Karen has the highest concentration of high-end schools in Kenya and remains an attractive residential address for affluent Kenyans.

 Of the top 10 fastest growing mid-sized towns in Kenya, six are in Kiambu County, making it a market with very compelling demographics.

Cytonn Real Estate focuses on providing world-class developments that are a safe haven for residents. These communities provide exemplary lifestyle benefits and the exclusive status of high-end living.

The Karen Connection

The soldout Amara Ridge is a breathtaking beauty in the suburbs of Karen that boasts of a wide array of amenities. Its proximity to luxurious shopping outlets and outdoor activities sweetens the appeal of the property.

The rich history based on the legacy of Karen Blixen, the Danish author and humanitarian, makes it truly desirable to people who like the feel of an established neighborhood with the vintage touch to it.

Through Amara Ridge, Cytonn delivered a signature lifestyle.

Alma – convenience & comfort

The Alma in Ruaka is built for convenience and comfort. It is a comprehensive development with a retail centre as well as a work-and-play environment.

Proximity to luxurious hotels and malls such as Tribe Hotel, The Village Market and the Two Rivers Mall and international schools like Braeburn, the United Nations Blue Zone makes the neighborhood even more valuable and sought after.

The Alma in Ruaka is a comprehensive development with a retail centre as well as a work and play environment, is built for convenience and comfort. [ Photo / business today ]

Phase 2 of The Alma is set to be handed over early next year.

Cytonn holds the Sharp Investors’ Tour every Saturday to showcase progress of the project to potential investors. “This is a free tour for investors or future homeowners to have a real one-on-one experience of Cytonn’s exquisite real estate properties,” says Mr Mainye.

“Anyone can sign up free of charge, so if you are an aspiring homeowner or investor, you simply cannot afford to miss your chance to go and see for yourself the exceptional developments by Cytonn Real Estate.”

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