Kilimani is located approximately 4 kilometers from the Nairobi’s Central business district. It is embedded
between Ngong road and the Dennis Pritt Road. The neighborhood was a low-density residential area but
since 2000 it has become increasingly high density, mixed residential and commercial: both retail and
Presently, Kilimani has a rich mix of cultures with a population consisting of individuals from diverse social
backgrounds. It is known to host expatriates, high net worth individuals, renowned business persons,
politicians, and foreigners alike. The area has a blend of mansionettes, modern apartments, mixed-use
developments, and office suites.
As Kilimani continues to grow and expand, investment opportunities for real estate developments in the
area are on the rise with the key pull social amenities being:

Good infrastructure: The area is served by a host of well-tarmacked roads, such as the Ngong road, Argwings Kodhek road, Dennis Pritt Road, Lenana Road, Chaka Road, and Ring Road.

Hospitals: The Nairobi Hospital, The Nairobi Women’s Hospital, National Spinal Injury hospital, the Coptic hospital, and Better Living Hospital.

Education Institutions: French School, Kilimani International school, Cavina School, Light International school, Riara Group of schools, St Hannahs and Kiota school.

Shopping Malls and shopping centers: The Yaya Center, Adlife plaza, The Junction mall, Hurlingham, and Adam’s arcade. Yaya, Adlife and Junction are high-end malls, hosting international brands like Nike, Sketchers, Swarovski, Mac, Carrefour supermarket, Miniso, Springfield, Hugo Boss, and Little Red

Security: The Kilimani police station ensures that security is maintained at all times. Presence of embassies such as the Embassy of Ethiopia, Indonesia, Rusia, South Sudan, Embassy of the people’s republic of China, Embassy of the Slovakia Republic, among others.

Entertainment joints, hotels, cinemas and bars: Kilimani is a vibrant location which is well endowed with social and entertainment spots thus making it attractive to a large mass of people.