The Estate’s two affected blocks in phase One of the Athi River-based project are fully repaired and occupied
Safety concerns raised on two buildings in Phase One of Everest Park Estate have been satisfactorily addressed. This follows a decision by the National Building Inspectorate (NBI) to give a clean bill of health to the recent repairs of structural defects in the two buildings.
“Following an inspection of blocks 2B and 2F, on 23rd September 2019, we now confirm that the safety concerns raised at Everest Park has been satisfactorily addressed,” said Secretary and CEO, Moses A. Nyakiongora, in a letter addressed to the project architect, H.M Gatai of Gem Archplans.
The NBI raised safety concerns with the two blocks (2B and 2F) in Athi River’s Everest Park Estate Phase one in preliminary audit report it released in January 2018.
Everest Park Phase One, which was funded by Pan African mortgage financier Shelter Afrique, comprises 240 0ne- to three bedroom apartments in the Mavoko area of Athi River. The estate has 120 acre bedroom units sold for Ksh2.6 million each, 60 two-bedroom units priced at Ksh4.6 million each and 60 three bedroom units sold for Ksh5.5 million each.
Everest Park Phase two comprises 200 tastefully built 60 one-bedroom units selling at Ksh2.95 million each, 100 two-bedroom units selling at Ksh4.95 million each and 40 three-bedroom units selling at Ksh6.5million each.
Everest Park Estate is a gated community development strategically located on Mombasa road after the Athi River interchange, a walking distance from several shopping malls and Athi River town.