Inside iconic Sh1.3 billion tower which has forever changed Nairobi city skyline

The iconic building constructed by Morphosis architects is designed like a mihrab which symbolizes an archway or an entry towards purity and goodness.

FCB Mihrab building located in Kilimani, off Lenana road is officially opened for business.

The iconic building constructed at a cost of Sh1.3 billion is designed like a mihrab which symbolizes an archway or an entry towards purity and goodness.

“A marvel and a first in the country, FCB Mihrab will change the skyline of Nairobi and set precedence for the Architecture of the country through creating a corporate haven for its clients,” Mihrab Development Project Administrator Farhiya Ibrahim said.

The building which is owned by First Community Bank is already 50 percent sold with the Bank being the anchor tenants.

The architects and interior designers behind the stunning building is Morphosis architects.

The building is the flagship project of Mihrab Development Limited (MDL) a Kenyan based Real Estate Company.

The concept of the building began in 2010 and in 2017 it was finally completed.

Some of the amenities inside the building  include an open to sky terrace on the ground floor dedicated to the use of the buildings’ occupants, a borehole, Main Generator and backup generator, four high speed lifts all connected to the BMS systems for monitoring and a surveillance of common areas all linked to the BMS system.

The building will also have an outside cafeteria, a gym, and a prayer hall, green garden and artificial moat.

“Other environmental features include water treatment system, greywater recycling system and rainwater harvesting,”  Ibrahim explained.

The space for sale includes 17 middle and upper-level office suites and four ground and mezzanine level of smaller sized office suites suitable for service based and delivery channel outlet.


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