Nairobi is the largest city and town in Kenya. It is also regarded as one of the best residential towns in Africa.
Some of the factors that have promoted Nairobi to being one of the biggest towns are buildings. It has got many buildings of which most are tall.
Some of the tall buildings are as follows;
1. Britam Tower
It is located in Upper Hill and was officially opened in 2018. The building is 200m tall which makes it the tallest in the city.
2. Nairobi GTC office tower
It is the second tallest building in Nairobi with an estimate of 184 meters.
Its construction began in 2015 and officially opened in January 2022.
3. UAP Old Mutual Tower.
It is ranked 3rd on the list. It is 163 meters tall. It officially commenced its operations in 2016.
4. Nairobi GTC Hotel Tower
The 35-storey building is 141 meters tall.
5. Times Tower
It was once the tallest building in the city before things eventually changed.
It is located at Hail Selassie avenue and it is 140 metered.
6. Prism Tower
The prism-architected tower is owned by Kings prism developers.
It is located in Upper Hill, Nairobi.
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