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Capital Centre
6 Mar
2019

Capital Centre »

With over 60 stores covering 140,000 sq.ft, you will find everything that you need under one roof. Stores at Capital Center include a pharmacy, forex bureau, jewelery, perfumes, cosmetics, household appliances, home decor, computer hardware, optical center, beauty salon, cinemas, casino, pubs, courier services, book center, toys etc. The banks include Diamond Trust Bank & Prime Bank as well as KCB, NIC & Cooperative Bank ATMs.

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The Village Market
7 Feb
2019
Written by Ann Mumbi

The Village Market »

The iconic Village Market is one of the oldest shopping malls in Nairobi. Located on Limuru Road, it accommodates 150 outlets on three levels, an outdoor food court and a health and fitness centre. Village Market, which is adjacent to the Tribe Hotel, offers a recreational and shopping experience within the hot diplomatic zone of Gigiri.

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Highlands Mall
6 Feb
2019
Written by Oscar Alochi

Highlands Mall »

Highlands is a mall built with the retailer as the central consideration. Abundant and well-designed rental space allows the retailer full flexibility to construct and own their workspace. Scenic views boost the serene ambience and increase customer value perception. With a large parking space and location right opposite a bus stop, customers in the numbers are bound to flow in and potentially translate into daily constant booming business.

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Prestige Plaza
5 Feb
2019
Written by Oscar Alochi

Prestige Plaza »

The Prestige Plaza Mall is billed as the third largest shopping mall in East Africa. The mall features dozens of shops and eateries, 3 banks, a Hyper Market and 2 Cinemas. It is estimated that within peak periods, the mall sees over 3/4 of a million total visitors come through its doors. Parking is available on site.

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Buffalo Mall
4 Feb
2019
Written by Oscar Alochi

Buffalo Mall »

Buffalo Mall is strategically located adjacent to the Nairobi-Nakuru highway making it the ideal spot to shop or grab a bite for those who take a weekend break in the lakeside town as well as those travelling to or from upcountry. Its location in a tranquil countryside setting, away from the hustle and bustle of city life, offers a stress free shopping experience with Tuskys, Java House and City Walk being the top attractions.

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Rupa’s Mall
3 Feb
2019
Written by Oscar Alochi

Rupa’s Mall »

Rupa’s mall the largest mall north of the Rift Valley, The mall also plays host to a number of chain stores such as Java, KFC, Woolworths, Bata , HealthyU, Chandarana and Big Square on the way. RUPA’s Mall is an investment by the one of the largest textile manufacturing companies in East and Central Africa. According to Ravi Shah, the Finance Director, the idea of putting up a mall in Eldoret was driven by a desire to provide a one-stop shop for residents of the town and neighboring areas.

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City Mall Nyali
2 Feb
2019
Written by Oscar Alochi

City Mall Nyali »

City Mall Nyali cafés and coffee shops, serve a wide range Kenyan coffees & delicacies,while the spacious Food Court on the 2nd floor provides a variety of cuisines,  major banks have a banking hall and/or ATM lobbies in the mall. City Mall has fast evolved into a must-visit tourist destination, attracting  thousands of international visitors every year not only for the café’s and Lounge bars, but for  the unique Crafts Market, which showcases the work of local retailers and craftsmen every Wednesday & Thursday within our main parking.

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The Sarit Centre
1 Feb
2019
Written by Ann Mumbi

The Sarit Centre »

The Sarit Centre Opened its door in 1983, Sarit Centre is easily one of the oldest shopping mall in Kenya. The mall is located in Nairobi’s Westlands and it offers a 300-seater cinema, food courts and a roomy exhibition space. Sarit Centre reportedly handles 25,000 visitors a day.

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