Two Rivers Mall, a grand shopping complex located along Limuru Road, finally opened its doors to the public of Tuesday, February 14th.
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The shopping mall that is touted as the largest of its kind in East and Central Africa was built at a cost of Sh10 billion ($10 million) by Centum Investments which also has a 58% shareholding in the complex.
It sits on 11 acres with about 67,000 square metres of rentable space, which is enough to house 150 retail stores.
After what seemed like a very long wait, the mall was finally opened on Valentine’s Day in a lavish ceremony that saw the attendance of the who’s who in the society.
Among them was business mogul Chris Kirubi who owns 29.9% of Centum Investments – this simply means that he is also one of the key shareholders of the mall.
Kirubi, who dabbles as a disc jockey at Capital FM, parked his Mercedes Maybach at the entrance of the mall, bringing the business of the day to a standstill.
Here are the photos: