Rwanda Express (Kigali)

26 June 2012

Rwanda: Kigali City Tower, Rwanda's Image of Prosperity

Located at Commercial Avenue in the city center, Kigali City Tower stands for aspiration and power.

The new city tower is Kigali's tallest building with a 20-floor complex in the City's Central Business of Nyarugenge district.

The complex covers the former central commuter terminal which was known as gale ruttier.

It contributes to redefining the city as a thriving modern capital rich with possibilities, bringing the city's Central Business District into the 21st century and contributing to attract quality investment to Rwanda.

The tower has a 4-storey car park constructed on split levels that conform to the natural slope of the site, with two entry points staffed by security personnel.

It houses high tech supermarkets, modern shops, restaurants, cinema halls, banks and offices of all sorts.

Among the giant and international malt-complex business companies that have been attracted by the most magnificent tower includes Mr. Price Retail who opened stores for the fast time in Rwanda, bourbon coffee with a 336sqm café and Kenya's biggest shopping arcade Nakumatt super market located on the ground flow.

The new Kigali City Tower complex is set on a prime location, designed by commended architects and fixed with the highest standards in building technology.

The building however also stands for hope in a city rapidly becoming one of the most prosperous, cleanest and fastest-growing metropolitan centers on the African continent with high and trusted security in the region.

The project of Kigali city towers was developed by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation, started its ground paving plan in 2006 and was opened to the public business operators in 2011.

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