Why the new ``town centre`` is in Karen?

More people are choosing to live and work in Karen and there is a steady stream of boutique restaurants, cottage industries and commercial enterprises that are populating the neighbourhood – all attuned to the unique quality of the local environment. Karen has set the standard for integrating the natural and built environment, adding aesthetic value whilst keeping environmental impact to a minimum. The Waterfront has adopted a low-density, eco-sensitive approach that fits in perfectly with the quaint nature and heritage that Karen has so carefully preserved in the past.


With substantial Government investment in improving the roads network in the area, Karen is set to become even more accessible; and The Waterfront will be right at the heart of this crosshatch of thoroughfare moving into and through the area with ease.

Highways Authority (KenHA) has already begun works expanding the Karen-Kikuyu and Karen- Bomas roads, upgrading them to dual carriage standard. Additional lanes connecting Karen suburb to Ngong are also planned.


Naturally Sustainable.

We are creating a lake to enhance the natural environment and act as the central visual theme that unifies the development’s diverse elements.

 The Height Of Variety.

Open spaces encourage outside living, so visitors will enjoy plenty of open inside the buildings are made with intentional spaces that let in natural light and ventilation, not to mention the acres of space outside. The Waterfront will give shopping experiences a (figurative and literal) breath of fresh air.


The lake, overlooked by various restaurants, will offer visitors an unbeatable view.


Our eateries and shops will offer a taste of the world because our clients are world-class.

 Fun Activities

The Waterfront will come with a variety of fun-based activities for the whole family, from child-friendly games to extreme sports.