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Old Posted Mar 18, 2010, 12:06 AM
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Wow, so much nicer than I would have expected. Thanks for sharing!
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Old Posted Jun 22, 2010, 11:50 PM
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Some Newly Proposed and Under Construction Projects for Nairobi.

NAIROBI CBD

World Cup Fever in Nairobi



NAIROBI UPPERHILL DISTRICT

Tanzania House -Nairobi | Proposed


Delta Centre I -U/C



NAIROBI WESTLANDS DISTRICT

The Prince 7* Hotel Proposed | Proposed(2014)





Delta Towers II -U/C
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Awesome thread! I know the cities in Africa are some of the fastest growing in the world since people are moving in from the country. Also, my hats off to those proposals! I'm really lovin' the Tanzania House. I'd love to go to Nairobi someday hopefully sooner than later and see how it's continuing to modernize more and more...

Aside from the Torre de Angola, I could see Africa's first supertall being built in either Nairobi or Johannesburg more than likely. Within the next ten years, or if it has started already for that matter, I can pretty much guarantee that cities throughout Africa will begin to modernize and join the race to build tall as they become economic engines more so as time goes on.
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very original and beautiful design on many of those buildings good to see African countries elevating themselves out of poverty.

hopefully we might manage to have a world economy soon based on super rich and rather rich countries where people also can live well above the poverty line.

instead of as it is today with some super rich and many many poor countries.
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shit Kenya stepping up, good to see, what are themain resources there anybody know?
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lets kep this thread going, go Africa
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How has construction in this area progressed?
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Very very nice to see. Most people have little/no idea of what Africa's major cities look like and more of this needs to be seen.
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Very very nice to see. Most people have little/no idea of what Africa's major cities look like and more of this needs to be seen.
It would be nice to know to get more information from members on new such construction and find out how about the ways in which it's come to be developed as well.
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Wow Nairobi's looking good.
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Old Posted Jul 25, 2011, 3:43 PM
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beautiful place.............who would have known? thanks for posting even if i am late to the party
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