GTC Tower To Boost Kenya As Regional Commercial Hub

Chinese-invested Global Trade Center(GTC) is set to position Kenya as a regional commercial hub, providing a one-stop-shop for investors to live, work and play.

Speaking to Capital Business, Shamim Malowa, Marketing Supervisor – GTC Kenya, Avic International Real Estate said the Kenyan market is ripe for investors, and the complex sets the theme for the economy because there is a need for development to cater to the lifestyle aspirations of city dweller.

“GTC provides Nairobi’s elite population with a premium, high quality, convenient and safe one-stop working and living platform. We are proud that we have skillfully initiated and implemented this project. It is a hub of economy, business, and living consumption within Nairobi, Africa and International communities. A true launchpad for global business Elites to enter this land of fortune,” said Malowa.

HOPSCA is a buzzword used by Chinese real estate developers that refers to large-scale mixed-use commercial urban developments.

The large-scale mixed-use commercial urban development themed complex features a JW Marriot Hotel, GTC Office Tower, which is a 184m landmark, GTC Opulent Apartments of 1,2 and 3 bedrooms and GTC Boutique Mall.

The complex which is set to be opened in September is currently at 40 per cent uptake for apartments similar to the offices.

Source: Capital FM Kenya.

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