Why Two Rivers?

The Two Rivers urban node is a 106-acre master-planned multi-use development positioned to be a regional hub for business, leisure, and stay, providing a world-class experience to residents and visitors alike.

The total Two Rivers urban node has an approved mixed-use master plan that includes all relevant embedded approvals, licenses, studies, and audit requirements as per Kenyan law

Spanning 64 acres, Two Rivers International Finance & Innovation Centre has a further development bulk area of 1.2 Million square meters. According to each enterprise’s needs, we select the right plot for development according to pre-defined master plan plot specifications.

Two Rivers is located in the heart of one of the most valuable residential and commercial areas in Nairobi, giving easy access to skilled human capital markets and lifestyle amenities.

The site lies in the diplomatic blue zone, with affluent neighbourhoods within a 10-kilometer radius, including: Runda, Rossyln, Gigiri, Kitisuru, Kyuna, Muthaiga, Nyari, Peponi, Westlands, Highridge, US Embassy, the United Nations Headquarters, other country embassies, and many international schools, all within a 10-minute driving distance.



The development is well linked to a wider catchment area within the Nairobi Metropolitan Region and is only 30 minutes away from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

The Western Bypass connects the Northern side adjacent to the development with the Southern Bypass at Gitaru. This road has created a link between Two Rivers and key market hubs in Lavington, Karen, and Westlands.

An international calibre ecosystem with world-class infrastructure, facilities and strategic location
Strategically located within the diplomatic zone of Nairobi providing easy access to human capital markets, international schools and lifestyle amenities. It provides world-class utility, security and landscaping infrastructure with a large capacity to service expansion needs. In addition, the Two Rivers urban node is an international calibre holistic live-work-play ecosystem providing state-of-the-art facilities all within a 15-minute walking distance.
Business friendly enabling policies and facilitation services
Enterprises can leverage TRIFIC’s “one-stop” centre set up in cooperation with the SEZ Authority to channel all their applications for permits, approvals, licences and also to facilitate with other government agencies as required. In addition, TRIFIC provides a dedicated Business Centre that manages and promotes the Centre and facilitates its enterprises, an Expat Centre catering to the needs of its expatriate residents together with an in-house international Arbitration Facility.
An attractive and competitive fiscal regime
TRIFIC leverages its SEZ status to provide enterprises with competitive incentives to set up. A detailed and
comparative analysis is provided on
a separate section within this presentation. In addition, TRIFIC enterprises can also leverage
unified policy frameworks from Kenya’s membership to EAC (East Africa Community) and AfCFTA
(African Continental Free Trade Area)
A cosmopolitan, holistic lifestyle urban node with world-class amenities befitting of global talent needs
On top of corporate incentives, TRIFIC offers a plethora of lifestyle benefits befitting its status of an international-caliber location including housing, hospitality, shopping, dining, health & wellness facilities, indoor & outdoor entertainment and events, as well as close proximity to international schools and weekend adventures and lifetime experiences within the beautiful country of Kenya.
Access to a deep pool of highly competent human capital in Kenya
Kenya has a youthful population and provides for a deep pool of highly skilled, extremely adaptable and English proficient professionals. Kenya has one of the best educated human capital in the world qualified professionals can be hired at reasonable pay-scales in all occupations and at all levels of experience
Kenya’s advanced and pioneering digital infrastructure and entrepreneurship
Kenya is one of the ten fastest growing digital economies in the world. Digital transformation is at the centreof the country’s development strategy. Oftenreferred to as Africa’s Silicon Savannah, Kenya is the regional ICT hub of East Africa, with a growing ICT sector and has some of the best digital legal frameworks on the continent like its ICT Masterplan and Digital Economy Blueprint.