HF Group’s property development subsidiary, HFDI says its Richland Pointe housing project is on course for completion early 2018.
The Ksh 1.17 billion property located in Kamiti off Thika Super Highway, was started early 2016 and comprises of a mix of two and three bedroomed units totaling 248 apartments selling at Ksh 7.8 million and Ksh 8.8 million, respectively.
The project feature 65 two-bedroomed units; 183 three-bedroomed units, each measuring 95 sqm and 117 sqm respectively. The master ensuite apartments feature solar water heating provision, lifts and disabled access, borehole water, back-up generator and ample parking.
“There is a huge demand for housing, particularly decent, affordable housing for the middle income segment of the market. Our commitment is to support middle-income earners to realise their dreams of owning decent but affordable homes,” HFDI Executive Director, James Karanja said.
Mr Karanja said HFDI aims to roll out 10,000 housing units for sale annually by the year 2020 in its quest to address the rising demand.
The company has organized an open day on November 17 to 19, which will present prospective home buyers with the opportunity to tour the project and get firsthand experience of the show houses.
“We want to give a chance to our prospective buyers to experience for themselves what the project offers. A lot of customer feedback and interests have been taken into consideration in developing this project in terms of planning and design,” Karanja said.
Other properties HFDI has developed besides Richland Pointe include Kahawa Downs in Kahawa, Precious Gardens in Riruta, Komarock Phases 5A &B, and Komarock Heights in Komarock Estate.
Source: Business Today