May 16, 2022

Optiven focus on Nanyuki on heavy infrastructure investments

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Optiven wants to set up an estate in Nanyuki town following to its ample socio-economic environment.
The estate dubbed The Great Oasis Garden will provide facilities such as homes, Airbnb, hotels, shops, schools, restaurants, hospitals and many other amenities.
The Group CEO George Wachiuri said the Garden is meant to address all the needs of both locals and visitors in the region at affordable prices.
“The venturing into Nanyuki is in line with our aspirations to create 30, 000 jobs by the year 2030,” Wachiuri told Iganjo media.
The Great Oasis Garden follows other heavy investments in Malindi and Naivasha, where their properties are 70 per cent occupied.
“This means that people have their best homes. In the end, we create more jobs for Kenyans, and more taxes for both the national and country governments,” he said.
“Optiven is therefore looking for business people, entrepreneurs, career professionals or those who want homes in a great area no too far from the Nanyuki CBD.”
At The Great Oasis Garden, clients will access ample infrastructure, water, security and other amenities.
“We will make this possible by availing 1 acre and 5 acres portions, creating wealth step by step and the development by individual property owners will create hundreds of jobs,” he said.
Optiven will also set up a fun park for children and other spaces, which will be value-added to allow those who will buy to develop.
“The project has interesting aspects key of which is registering
interest with zero deposit and no financial commitment. You only need to express interest and your fortunes start counting,” Wachiuri said.
“Those who will register will get a very good deal for these value-added spaces in Nanyuki Township. They will be updated frequently as the project progress.”
The property firm has been in the market for 22 years with a vision of being the champion of social-economic transformation. The company targets to be in 20 African countries by 2040.
When over 350 investors from Kenya visited DRC for a fact finding mission, Optiven signed a partnership deal with Groupe Resolution from DRC and together they will offer affordable housing and land value-addition.
The partnership is to be undertaken in two phases at an estimated cost of USD15 million.
The company has massive philanthropy initiatives that give hundreds of scholarships to orphans across 47 counties. The Optiven Foundation has other programmes such as ‘Mobility that brings a smile and ‘Go green na Optiven’ among others.

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