The Pinnacle tower complex, that consists of the Pinnacle tower and Pinnacle tower II, is under construction in Nairobi Upperhill area. It is set to be the tallest building in Kenya and Africa Upon its completion.
Pinnacle tower II is set to rise 45 floors and 659 feet above the ground. Upperhill Hilton hotel is to occupy 255 rooms of the tower. There will be also residential space included. The Pinnacle tower on the other end will rise 70 stories and 1,050 feet. The top floor of the building will sit at 1,000 feet and those willing to have a view of the beautiful Nairobi city, will do so at 902 feet of the building.
Picture: Pinnacle tower.
It will feature 46 residential floors, 11 floors of office space and additional 9 floors of retail space.
The tower is set to be completed in 2023. After its full and final completion it will take the place of The Leonardo which is situated in South Africa. It has been the tallest building since 2019 followed by Carlton centre in second place and the Britam towers in Kenya at third position. Kenya will be boosting of two top three tallest buildings in Africa.
Picture: The Leonardo tower.
Amenities in the tower will include a gym, a spa, a conference centre and a pool. The project developers are: Hass petroleum, Jabavu Village limited and White Lotus group. Meinhardt is the structural MEP engineer.
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