It is a commercial building in Nairobi owned by British American investment company (Britam). The skyscraper has a maximum height of 195 metres (640 ft), above ground, with 32 usable floors.W
2.UAP Old Mutual tower
UAP Old Mutual Tower is the second tallest building in Kenya at 163metres long. It is a 33-storey office complex in the upperhill neighborhood of Nairobi the capital and largest city in Kenya.
It acts as a testament of UAP Old Mutual financial strength and commitment to serving as a commercial champion in Kenya. The building has 32 floors and has parking that can accommodate 800 cars.
This the another tallest building in Nairobi. It is located at Upper Hill Nairobi. This tower is 34 floors featuring a restaurant with both indoor and outdoor sitting areas.it is a landmark tower standing high in the most well-connected business district of Nairobi.
Prism Towers is 133 meters long. Moreover, it is developed by King’s developers. Kings Prism is one of the tallest buildings in Kenya.
It is also known as the New Central commercial Bank, is an office tower in NairobiKenya. At 140 metres (459 feet
Times Tower has 38 floors, and it is used exclusively by the Kenya Revenue Authority. It is 140 meters long. This is one of the tallest buildings in Kenya.
This is another tall government building in Kenya. Construction works started in 2014. This building is 26 floors tall.
This tower is 125 meters tall, and it was expected to be completed by last year. This building ranks 5th tallest buildings in Kenya.
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