Low cost housing developer, Mizizi Africa Homes, is set to hand over a total 69 units to customers over the first half of 2022.
The developer has said three housing projects whose construction started towards the close of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 are nearing completion and will be handed to their respective owners by the end of June this year.
(TOP: Pigeon Estate).
The three estates- Peacock phase 1 is at 80 percent complete being one with the largest number of units at 41, Humming Bird Estate (90 percent) with 14 Units, and Pigeon Estate also with (14) units is 95 percent complete.
“This is our biggest year yet, when we will be handing over the largest number of affordable units to Kenya, affirming our resolve in bridging the huge housing gap in the country,” said Mizizi Africa CEO, George Mburu.
In 2020, the real estate firm handed over Penguin Estate- its first project with a total of 16 two and three-bedroom units. Last year, it handed over Heritage Phase 1 with 18 units.
Three other projects with a total of 57 units are also coming up with more than 50 percent completion rates.
They are Peacock phase 2 with the most number of units (25), alongside Heritage Phase 2 and SSS Waiganjo having 16 units each.
“We are happy with the progress so far. These projects have all taken into consideration the evolving needs of 21st century buyers. Our key differentiator are the spaces in the buildings and introduction of flat roofs-Units are large enough giving customers the ultimate living experience,” said Mburu.