Tilisi is a 400-acre mixed-use and master development located just 30 kilometres from Nairobi CBD. The land is within the beautiful sprawling greenery of Limuru. As a managed and master-planned development, Tilisi is focused on building a world-class infrastructure providing a well-serviced land parcel for investors to purchase, and developers of logistics, retail, recreational, medical, educational, residential and commercial uses to develop. Tilisi offers an excellent investment opportunity. 

An investment in Tilisi is an investment in the future of Nairobi as it redefines the essence of comfort, business and lifestyle. It provides a quality living and working environment within the city of Nairobi with a guarantee of growth and development. Tilisi offers a secure, serene and peaceful environment to raise your family and live. The location additionally allows owners and future tenants to bypass the congestion through Nairobi.

The Tilisi project has completed the first phase of its 400-acre Logistic Park located on the Waiyaki Way intersection with an initial 47-acre residential development sale.

Tilisi Logistic Park which is now 70% sold with an anchor buyer who purchased 49 acres commenced the construction of a warehouse building on the fully serviced Tilisi plots. Over half of Tilisi Logistic Park has been bought by Africa Logistics Properties which is developing its second logistics park in Nairobi.  Africa Logistics Properties (ALP) will develop 80,000 square metres of international standard grade-A logistics and light industrial warehouse space for rental occupies and other remaining Tilisi plots are designated for owner-occupiers to build their units, they are also available for sale.

Phase 2 of the project will unlock over 120 acres consisting of state-of-the-art infrastructure of education, medical, residential, commercial and educational land in the master-planned city. The phase also opened sale to Chigwell Holdings Ltd, the company bought 47 acres in Tilisi that will construct a middle-income housing development. Another five developers also bought sites in the park with well-built drainage, water supply, electricity connections, laid internet fibre, sewage services, security systems and wide access roads.

Research by Smart Growth America shows that megacities do save developers 38 per cent in upfront infrastructure costs. This is supported as Chigwells Development Ltd’s Palkesh Shah added that developing on serviced land with complete infrastructure in place will deliver substantial savings. Thus enabling developers to continue offering superior housing at competitive pricing. Besides, the expansion of Waiyaki Way to a six-lane highway will enable future developments as Tilisi will be a strategic location.

The 400 acres Tilisi Logistic Park commenced construction in 2017. It is regarded as one of the five megacities in development on the outskirts of Kenya’s cities and part of the rising class of real estate across Africa.

Tilisi development offers great accessibility, secure surroundings and modern amenities. It also involves high-standard infrastructures to educational, medical, retail and recreational parcels.