The construction of the Global Trade Centre (GTC) Tower in Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya, is now complete.

 
The Global Trade Centre (GTC) Tower, which consists of six magnificent architectural components in Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya, has been finished and officially commissioned at a ceremony attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

 The government of Kenya congratulates Avic International Real Estate in Kenya, a subsidiary of AVIC International Holding Corporation (AVIC INTL), a global share-holding enterprise affiliated to Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC), on reaching this milestone, according to the president's speech.
 
'As a flagship project in Kenya's Vision 2030, I am proud to see the Global Trade Centre (GTC) Tower, which includes a 47-level 3A Plus office tower, a 35-level hotel tower that will be home to the star-studded US chain JW Marriott hotel, and four residential & serviced apartment towers of 24 to 28 levels, as well as a luxury boutique mall,' concluded President Uhuru Kenyatta.
 
The HOPSCA idea was used to design the Global Trade Centre (GTC) Tower.
 
According to Gong Yuxian, Avic's Kenya Managing Director, the Global Trade Centre (GTC) Tower was built using the HOPSCA (hotel, office, parking, shopping mall, convention, and apartment) architecture design concept, the first of its kind in East Africa, with the goal of improving the quality of life and increasing the residential value of the Westlands area.
 
HOPSCA initiatives fundamentally establish an optimal habitat model while also meeting the expectations of renters who want to be connected to their surroundings.
 
'In a busy city like Nairobi, renters are increasingly looking for diverse premises that can fulfil their daily requirements and activities right at their doorstep, removing the need to drive to the workplace or sit in traffic to buy basic necessities like groceries or go to the gym,' Yuxian noted.

Posted on : 27 May,2022

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