About this property
13 x approx 0.25-acre commercial plots in Langata near Wilson Airport
The plots are located near well-established housing estates and property’s strategic location and size offer excellent development potential subject to obtaining necessary approvals from relevant authorities.
The plots are level and mains water and electricity are available for connection.
The plots can be accessed mainly via Langata road and the Southern Bypass. The Southern Bypass is 3 minutes away from the plots provides easy access to Westlands and the JKIA airport through Waiyaki Way and Mombasa Road.
The plots are located next to Wilson Airport and specifically to the ‘East to West’ runway apron. Wilson Airport is one of the busiest airports in terms of aircraft movement in East and Central Africa accounting for 90% of all domestic flights and 10% of the international flights.
The neighborhood is characterized by residential gated community developments. These developments often attract strong demand due to the close proximity to the CBD and other business nodes i.e Upperhill, Westlands, Industrial Area, and Mombasa Road. Some of these developments are Phenom Estate, Phenom Park, West Park Police Housing, Serene Estate, Trident Park. These comprise master-planned attached and semi-detached maisonettes mainly 3 – 4 bedrooms. Recently, there have also been developments of 3 bedroom apartments in the area.
Nearby social and basic amenities include T Mall, Carnivore restaurant, Tamarind Tree Hotel, Weston Hotel, Nairobi West Shopping Centre among others. Nairobi National Park is also in close proximity to the property.
The plots are ideal for commercial development with the necessary Government approvals including approvals from Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) and Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).
The plots could potentially be developed with office blocks, strip mall, logistics hub, or even residential housing subject to change of user and necessary approvals being obtained.
Individual plot prices range from KES 30 – 40 million