This prime land is ideal for both commercial and residential development.
NOTE: Buyer must purchase both plots at a total of KSH 7.5M


  • Ready Title & one owner
  • 2 adjacent plots 40m x 60m each
  • Water & Electricity in Place
  • Ease accessibility
  • All social amenities available

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This is a rare opportunity to own this development site in this sought after neighborhood of Embakasi with unrivaled potential for residential and commercial developments.
Embakasi is a division of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. It is located east of the central business district. As a resident to most of the Kenyans celebrities and also accommodates lots of factories.It is also one of the fast developing divisions in Kenya.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, the main airport of Nairobi is located in Embakasi and it was known as Embakasi Airport when it was opened in 1958.
Embakasi is considered part of Nairobi's Eastlands area, lying to the south-east of Nairobi province and bordering locations in Eastlands proper such as Pipeline Estate, Tena Estate, and Makadara Estate. It borders South C and contains South B and slightly more than one third of Nairobi's Industrial Area and Export Processing Zones.

Embakasi Division is divided into following locations: Dandora, Embakasi, Kariobangi South, Kayole, Mukuru kwa Njenga, Njiru, Ruai, Umoja and Donholm.

Government and infrastructure
The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority has its head office on the property of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Embakasi. The Kenya Airports Authority also has its head office at the airport.
Kenya Airways has its head office in Embakasi. African Express Airways has its head office on the grounds of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Embakasi. JetLink Express has its head office in the Freight Complex in Embakasi.
Embakasi is the location of an Inland Container Depot. Embakasi contains the bulk of the Nairobi portion of the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway. The Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway has a cargo station at Embakasi.
A raft of measures taken by Government agencies to increase the use of cargo service on the Standard Gauge Railway have handed a lifeline to the Embakasi Inland Container Depot (ICD).
The inland port, which has in the past suffered major underutilisation, is now reporting booming business, and is even contemplating doing away with incentives put in place earlier to lure cargo owners.

Promotional tariffs
These include lengthy grace periods before importers are charged for storage. Symon Wahome, head of ICD at Kenya Ports Authority, said on Monday utilisation of the Embakasi depot had increased to 60 per cent from the previous 30 per cent. About 324 containers, he said in an interview, were now being handled at ICD every day.
The cargo is being brought in by three trains from Mombasa. This is in addition to containers holding cargo for export as well as empty containers being hauled back to Mombasa.

“We now have three trains per day each bringing 108 containers of cargo. We are also handling empty containers as well as export cargo that are going to Mombasa. We have been getting a lot of interest and cargo from exporters including coffee traders from as far as Uganda and Rwanda,” said Mr Wahome.

The Government has been instituting measures geared at increased use of the new railway and the inland depot.
These include promotional tariffs for cargo moved on SGR, KPA nominating Cargo to ICD in Nairobi as well as a directive compelling importers to use the railway service and the depot.