Le’Mac is a state-of-the art, ultra modern, mixed use commercial building, located in the calm environment of Westlands neighborhood in Nairobi, and offers luxury homes, office and recreational space in Kenya.
The Le’Mac’s is a Dubai styled 22 storey project built on 1.32 acres piece of land and represents a new class in real estate development and is touted to be the tallest residential building in Nairobi.
The project is developed by Mark Properties Ltd, a property developer in Nairobi, at an estimated cost of Sh3.5 billion.
Le’Mac Westlands image: hassconsult
The Le’Mac’s commercial and residential floors
The ultra modern building in Westlands targets the wealthy home buyers and office renters, middle and upper class Kenyans, and this is well demonstrated by provision of 4 floors of parking space on its basement. On the Le’Mac’s ground floor, there is a banking hall and cafe while floor 1-6 is ultra modern open-plan office space ideal for banks, restaurants, showrooms, other offices.
The Le ‘Mac’s floor 7 is dedicated as a service floor while the next 12 floors have both one and two bedroom luxurious apartments.
The apartments features floor to ceiling windows presenting stunning panoramic views of the Nairobi city and ranges between Sh12.4 and 15 million depending on the floor, with higher floors costing more.
Le’Mac’s Sky club, a 5-star 360 degrees restaurant
At the top of the building there a Sky club, a 5-star 360 degrees restaurant, and a swimming pool, gym, steam/sauna & spa.
Le’Mac is designed to provide strategic and serene location with easy accessibility in the hectic Nairobi life and yet provide a modern city lifestyle. According to Ravi Vashta, the director of Mark Properties, Le’Mac offer a class of its own and will give its clients a best in, truly, urban housing.
The Le’Mac building will have 8 high speed lifts and also features ramps for easy accessibility for physically challenged people. There will be a fibre-optic internet connectivity and full telephone exchange service on all floors. There is provision of a 24hr CCTV surveillance, biometric recognition entry system and guards to ensure maximum security in and out of the building.
Other Le’Mac’s complex features are: 3 fire safety exits fire fighting and protection system including sprinkler system; a bore hole water supply; standby backup generator; and a front entrance water feature.
Maximising land use at the Le’Mac
Constructed on a small piece of land, Le’Mac offers the most efficient way of maximising land use in the densely populated Nairobi City. This trend is becoming common globally; since the developers are able to distribute land costs over a number of units thus bring down the cost per unit.