Tatu City hires Chris Ochieng as senior development manager

By KBC Reporter

Tatu City has appointed Chris Ochieng as Senior Development Manager, with responsibility for delivering office, retail, leisure and industrial projects within Tatu City.

A civil engineer with extensive experience in the real estate field across East Africa and the Persian Gulf, Ochieng brings best-in-class project delivery to Tatu City.

Prior to joining Tatu City, Ochieng worked for Centum Investments and was managing director of its subsidiary Athena Properties Limited, overseeing the 103-acre Two Rivers development in Kenya, the Pearl Marina development in Uganda, and the Vipingo development on Kenya’s coast.

In Dubai, Ochieng was a development manager and engineer on a variety of projects, including Dubai Sports City and Dubai World Trade Centre, among other prominent developments.

Tatu City continues to develop at a rapid pace, with infrastructure delivered to site and global and Kenyan companies, such as Unilever, Chandaria, Dormans and Kim-Fay announcing plans to build production facilities at Tatu Industrial Park.

Kijani Ridge, the project’s first residential development, is 70% sold, while developer Lifestyle Properties will break ground on middle income homes in 2017. Nearby, Nova Academies, will complete its first school building in early 2017, welcoming girl boarders.

The 2,500-acre, mixed-use and mixed-income development constitutes a residential, commercial, industrial, tourism, social and recreation amenities for more than 100,000 residents and 30,000 day visitors.

Underlying Tatu City’s design is a visionary concept aiming to shift urban development in Kenya from the familiar single node model to a decentralized urban environment.

By doing so, Tatu will significantly de-congest the City of Nairobi by offering a unique live, work and play environment.


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