Konza city

Konza Technopolis has invited investors to review various land parcels available for development in its first phase.

The city’s authorities revealed this while hosting a property Developers and Financiers investor conference to expose investors to interesting investment opportunities in Konza.

According to their website, the technocity has already attracted commitments worth USD 800 million for its first phase from both local and international investors.

Phase one of the project has 101 parcels of land on offer to investors seeking to benefit from the development. The city’s development authority states that 26 parcels of land have already been taken up while 18 are under discussion.

Last year, the Ministry of Education appointed a consortium of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Architects & Engineering Co. Ltd. and SUNJIN Engineering & Architecture CO. Ltd to undertake the architectural design and curriculum design for the Kenya Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (Kenya- KAIST) to be established at Konza Technopolis.

The University will have three faculties whose core program will include; Mechanical, Electrical and ICT engineering; Chemical, Civil and Agricultural engineering/biotechnology and Basic science education such as maths and physics.

The Technopolis promises a multitude of investment opportunities for prospective investors in Development, Academia, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Utilities, Infrastructure and more.