This article Looks at a List of Tallest Buildings in Kisii Town. In South Nyanza, Kenya, lies Kisii town that is home to more than 500,000 people who work and hold businesses in the town while it has more than 200,000 people who reside in it.
As with many other towns in Kenya, Kisii town has its origin. It is believed that in the early 1900’s where the town stands was a bushy forest where young men would go to graze their cattle.
Kisii is a municipality and a major urban centre in south-western Kenya. It is the capital of the Kisii County which has a population of 1,266,860 according to the Kenya National Census of 2019. Kisii Town also serves as the main urban and commercial centre in the Gusii Highlands and the South Nyanza region and the second largest town in formerly greater Nyanza after Kisumu City. It is a bustling town and a home to several businesses, organizations, educational institutions and government agencies. Kisii municipality sits right at the centre of the western Kenya tourist circuit that includes the Tabaka Soapstone Carvings, Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Lambwe Valley Game Reserve and the entire Lake Victoria basin. The town continues to serve these former districts, the larger South Nyanza County and the Trans Mara area of western Narok County in commerce. Kisii town connects the Great Rift Valley and Nairobi to Migori and the Kenya-Tanzania border and has a sizable manufacturing industry based on agriculture primarily plantation farming.
10 storey Mocha Place now called Kwanza Place is a prestigious business complex at the heart of Kisii town with Illuminated logo on the facade
This building is estimated to be 58.95m high and has 16 floors above the ground and 2 below the ground. It has two elevators, 12 escalators, and 24 parking spaces. Construction of the tower began on 5th November 2013 and ended on February 2015. Estimated construction cost was $2 million.
Umoja Elimu Centre is a multi storeyed building in Kisii town, Kisii County and hosts a variety of… Kisii-Kisumu Road Opposite Falcon Petrol Station.
This Complex was at one point the tallest building in Kisii. The structure houses campuses of some of the top tertiary institutions including Kisii University, Jomo Kenyatta University of Science and Technology and Kenya Institute of Management.
This is the busiest building in the busy town, housing a number of hotels like Kanyimbo and Mombasa hotels. A number of shops, clubs, cybers and hardwares are also located in this building that is next to the town’s largest bus stage. A fleet of ‘mama mbogas’ line up here daily to meet there customers. A bodaboda stage bearing the building’s is also located next to this building.
KeMU Kisii Town is a 10-story low-rise building in Kisii, Kenya. The building is also estimated at 36.84m. Construction work began on 18th July 2013 and ended on September 2015. It has 2 elevators, 7 escalators and 7 parking spaces. Kenya Methodist University is a Chartered Christian University, with the main campus situated in Meru and campuses at Nairobi and Mombasa. KeMU offers PhD, Masters, Undergraduate, Diploma and Certificate programmes. Our market driven courses, industry linkages and opportunities outside classroom provide positive career outcomes for our students in their chosen fields. Over the years we have grown to be a global brand in higher education with over 32,000 alumni. We are first and only private university in Kenya to graduate medical doctors. To find out more about us, continue exploring our website.
Kisii University Twin Towers is a 10-story low-rise building in Kisii, Kenya. This is the Premier Institution of Choice for Higher Learning and Education in the 21st Century Society South of the Sahara North of the Equator.
The twin towers estimated height is 36.84m. Construction of the building took place between 2nd February 2010 and 13th May 2013. It boasts two elevators, 9 escalators and 8 parking spaces. The towers serve as the main campus for Kisii University.
Uhuru Plaza’s building estimated height is 29.48m. Construction began on 4th March 2010 and ended on May 2013. This is one of the most famous buildings in Gusii. The ground floor is best for banking, unlike the other floors that are best known for cyber cafes and beauty salons. Cosmetics are of plenty here also.
A 4 Star Hotel with exceptional service and ample Basement parking space, Sauna, Swimming pool, Pub, Conference Halls, Jacuzzi, Steam Bath and many more!! This was the tallest before Umoja Elimu Centre came into existence. The building houses one of the most luxurious hotels in town that offers accommodation. Apart from the hotel, Zonic houses The Fountain Club which is known for its space and equipment, that is able to hold multi functions.
Zonic Hotel has an estimated height of 25.79m. The building has 7 floors above the ground and 2 floor below the ground. Construction of the building happened between 14th February 2007 and 21st October 2009.
You’ll find Kisii University and Gusii Stadium within 2 miles (3 km) of this hotel. Kisii Golf Course is within 2 miles (3 km) and Lake Simbi is within 32 miles (52 km).
A restaurant and a bar/lounge are featured at this hotel. Business travelers can take advantage of the free WiFi in public areas. Guests will appreciate freebies like continental breakfast and free self parking.
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