The new greenfield Pearl Business Park on Yusuf Lule Road to fuel investment growth
Pearl Business Park will largely feed Uganda’s growing demand for high quality and sustainable retail, residential, office and industrial solutions
The redevelopment of the former Chieftaincy of Military Intelligence (CMI) headquarters land on Yusuf Lule road in which Ruparelia Group is set to invest a multi-million dollar massive Business park will host office premises, a shopping centre, health and leisure amenities host a 5-star hotel, a shopping mall and a modern hospital when complete.
In a recently released green schematic presentation by The Rupareli group, the latest Kampala’s skyline massive project known as The Pearl Business Park is an 18-acre mixed use facility that will this website. The schematic descriptions say, the first phase is expected to be completed in 2023.
The project is expected to open shop in15 months’ time, the group says in an internal briefing document seen by among others aimed at facilitating business growth while preserving the environment.
Phase one of the project will cater to office space while the building will have 16 lettable floors with 27,240 sqm of built up area.
According to Sudhir Ruparelia Chairman Ruparelia Group, they are committed to continuous investment in modern and innovative real estate solutions to feed her growth and needs.
“This latest project is one of several dozen of greenfield projects. One of very many to come in the near future, largely to feed Uganda’s growing demand for high quality and sustainable retail, residential, office and industrial solutions” he said
He added that “Uganda is very special to us (as Ruparelia Group) because, it is our home, where it all started. Uganda is our home and we are proud to share in and participate in her dreams and aspirations. Every developing country needs a matching stock of high quality real estate infrastructure to fuel further growth and you can always count on us to play that role, so you can be able to focus on your core business”
Ruparelia Group Managing Director Rajiv Ruparelia said the Pearl Business Park’s location, design and amenities have been optimised to maximise functionality, health and safety and productivity in mind and subsequently value for money for its occupants.
It is essentially a green office, sustainably designed, to minimise negative impact on the environment, while enhancing the health and comfort of the building’s occupants,” he said.
“Amenities such as thriving pedestrian and people spaces, ample parking as well as rich and vast landscapes as well as the building’s layout design have been sustainably designed to optimise daylight and air quality,” he said.