Cytonn real estate breaks ground on Applewood, a Kshs 2.5 billion development

Cytonn CEO Edwin H. Dande presides over the Kes.2.5 billion Applewood project during the groundbreaking ceremony in Karen.

Cytonn Real Estate, the development affiliate of Cytonn Investments, today held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Applewood project, their signature and exclusive Kshs 2.5 bn residential gated community, located in Miotoni, Karen.

Located along Miotoni Road, the 10-acre Applewood development is a great opportunity for home owners looking for a serene, luxurious and quality place to live with their families, while also delivering attractive returns to investors. Each unit comprises of 5 bedrooms that sits on a half-acre piece of land. The project was inspired by the need to live in a serene and quiet environment. It comprises of two architectural styles, the classic and contemporary. The development comprises of expansive gardens, optional swimming pools, clubhouse, gym and backup generator. It has heightened security features such as a perimeter wall, 24-hour surveillance with a centrally controlled gate. Applewood location boasts of easy accessibility to a large concentration of international schools, several leisure and recreational sites such as The Hub shopping mall and The Water Front Park in Karen.

Speaking during the groundbreaking ceremony, Edwin H. Dande, CEO of Cytonn, said that “The Applewood project comes as an inspiration from the success of Amara Ridge in Karen, Cytonn’s development which we have completed and delivered in Karen. We still have clients looking for an Amara type home, and Applewood is our development to cater for that demand. Our research validates our investments in Karen, driven by the high-density of private schools, and increased accessibility.”

“Real estate remains an attractive and vibrant sector in Kenya, and continues to be one of the growth drivers for our economy. At Cytonn, we bring a professional and institutional approach to our real estate developments, said Professor Daniel Mugendi, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Cytonn Investments. “As we break ground on Applewood today, I would like to reassure you of Cytonn’s commitment to offering the very best to our clients and investors. For our investing clients, we offer the very best returns, and to our end users, an aspirational and quality place to live” added Prof. Mugendi.

Paul Oburu from Aspera Architects said the project that is nestled in the heart of the exclusive leafy suburbs of Karen, provides an opportunity to buy into a unique development in a serene environment and with an unforgettable waterfront experience.

Awarded to Kilimanjaro contractors, the project is set to commence construction in March this year.

Other developments by Cytonn Real Estate include Amara Ridge in Karen, The Alma in Ruaka, Situ Village in Karen, The Ridge in Ridgeways, RiverRun in Kiambu, Taraji Heights in Ruaka.


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