Battle: Dar es Salaam vs Nairobi

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Kulingana na baadhi ya wakenya kutaka hii battle. Sasa ni muda mwafaka wa kuonesha kipi Nairobi kipo hakipo Dar es salaam na kipo Dar es salaam hakipo Nairobi.
Ninaomba tuangalie katika positive way. Tuki post kitu kutoka Dar wale wa Nairobi wanaleta post ya kujibu. Na kama hakipo kwao wanasema hakipo na wao vilevile. Kama kipo kwenye plan wanaweza kuleta au sisi tunaweza kuleta kwaajili ya kujibu.

1. Master Plan of the city
2. Current View of the city
3. Ongoing Projects
4. Future Projects proposed
5. Culture and Life style
6. Food availability
7. Entertainment and Funny Places
8. Places to visit
9. Transport system (Private and Public)
10. Markets and Shopping malls
11. Hotels
12. Education centers
13. Health centers
14. Telecommunication and Data centers
15. Information Technologies and Innovation

Ndugu Jay456watt kutoka Nairobi kama ulivyo dai sasa thread inaanza.
Welcome to the battle.
 
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Umehepa tallest building Sasa umeingia density . Haya basi ispokuwa hizo towers tatu, Nini kingine huko Dar??.

Top 10 tallest skyscrapers in Africa
Business Chief featured a list of the tallest skyscrapers Africa has to offer, which from Tanzania to South Africa, in its latest edition. The measurements are according to The Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH).

10. Reserve Bank Building
486ft (148m)

Located in Pretoria, South Africa, The office
building features 40 floors – 38 above and two below ground. Construction began on the modernist skyscraper in 1986 and was complete by 1988. The structure was created using 80,000 cubic metres of concrete and features a commissioned sculpture designed by Johan van Heerden.

9. Pearl Dawn
499ft (152m
)
The residential tower, developed by VVE Property Group, features 31 floors and a half total of 120 apartments. The futurist-styled building can be found in Umhlanga, South Africa – a coastal town north of Durban. Construction for Pearl Dawn began in 2006 and was complete four years later. Seedat & Seedat were responsible for the tower’s architecture, with Arup designated as structural engineer of the project.


8. The Marble Towers
499ft (152.1m)

In Johannesburg’s Central Business District, the Marble Towers stands as South Africa’s third largest building. The tower was developed in 1973 using a mixture of concrete and marble with 32 storeys. Initially the commercial office structure was referred to as the Sanlam Centre, but has since been renamed. The main contractor for the project was Grinaker LTA, the South African construction group with offices in Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, and Port Elizabeth, as well as the UK and Mauritius.

7. PSPF Towers
501ft (152.7m)

The Public Service Pensions Fund (PSPF) of Tanzania launched its first major real estate in 2015 with the PSPF Towers. The buildings can be found in the business district of the nation’s capital city, Dar es Salaam. The 35-floor mixed-use office space is priced at approximately US$2,200 per square metre. The project was built by Al Hatmy Engineering in 2011 and reached completion in 2014, with the office operational by the end of 2015.

6. TanzaniaPorts Authority HQ
515ft (157m)

Tanzania-based Estim Construction built the country’s tallest building, which is the headquarters of the Tanzania Ports Authority . The firm finished constructing the tower along Sokoine Drive in Dar es Salaam’s port in 2015. The structure is 35-storeys tall and made from concrete, designed by K&M Archplans Ltd .

5. NECOM House
526ft (160.3m)

NECOM House has taken several names, formerly being called both NITEL Tower and NET Building. The Lagos-located structure with 32 floors has held the title of tallest building in West Africa since its completion in 1979. The concrete house is the headquarters for the Nigeria telecommunications firm, ntel . On top of the building sits a spire used as a lighthouse beacon for the city’s harbour. Ghana’s Nickson Borys & Partners designed the tower and the UK’s Costain Group plc were the main contractor for the project.

4. UAP Old Mutual Tower
535ft (163m) 🤸🤸

Located in Nairobi’s Upper Hill neighborhood, the UAP Old Mutual Tower stands at 33-floors tall. The building surpassed the Times Tower as Kenya’s tallest building in 2016 upon its completion. Times Tower had previously held the position for 15 years. The structure is approximately two miles from the city’s central business district and is owned by UAP Old Mutual Group, Kenya’s financial services conglomerate. Sh4bn (US$40mn) was spent on developing the tower, where construction lasted five years.

3. Ponte City Apartments
567ft (172.8m
)
Ponte City was built in 1975 in the Berea suburb of Johannesburg. The tallest residential skyscraper in Africa, the cylindrical building has 55 floors. Designed by Mannie Feldman, Manfred Hermer, and Rodney Grosskopff, the shape of the building allows for “the core” – the iconic open centre of the building which enables more light to enter the apartments. During the 1990s, proposals were made to change the purpose of the building into a prison. The tower features the largest neon sign in the southern hemisphere, which currently advertises for Vodacom .

2. Britam Tower
656ft (200.1m
) 🤸🤸
Britam Tower became the tallest building in Kenya in 2017, overtaking UAP Old Mutual Tower. The structure is owned and developed by the British-American Investments Company ( Britam ). The office was designed by architects GAPP Architects & Urban Designers and Triad Architects, with Howard Humphreys (East Africa) responsible for structural engineer works. Laxmanbhai Construction was the main contractor for the 31-storey concrete project, located on Hospital Road, Upper Hill.

1. Carlton Centre
730ft (222.5m) South Africa pekee ndio wametushinda

The multi-use, 50-storey tower is located in downtown Johannesburg. The R88mn (US46.4mn) building is home to offices and retail facilities. Skidmore, Owings & Merill designed the skyscraper, with construction beginning late 1960s on the site of the demolished Carlton Hotel. The building began being occupied in 1971, but construction did not formerly finish until 1974. The top floor offers 360-degree views of South Africa’s largest city. Once the largest building in the southern hemisphere, the building’s former hotel once hosted celebrities and politicians such as Whitney Houston, Margaret Thatcher, and Hillary Clinton.
Sioni ppf hq kwahyo hamna kitu hapa
 
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TPA is 35 floors
Dar is slum and the entire tz has NO building over 35 floors
in Kenya we have many 30+ buildings
Complete
GTC(Avic International Africa Headquarters) 45 floors
GTC(Hotel marriot) 35 floors
GTC(3 Apartments)30-33 floors
Times tower 33 floors
UAP Tower 33 floors
Britam Tower 32 floors
Prism tower 32 floors
CBK Pension House 30 floors
Total 10
Under construction
Pinnacle
70 floors
45 floors
Montave
40 floors
30 floors
88 Nairobi
44 floors
River Estate development
8 towers each 34 stories
Ngong road development
15 towers each 34 storeys

Dar is slum endelea kulamba lolo
Nonesense
 
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Ukiwa huamini TPA ina 40floors wakat PSPF zote zina 35 kwa 35 ppf hq ikiwa na 35 na MNF towers zikiwa na 33 kwa 33 huku mzizima zikiwa na 35 kwa 33

Huku chakuskitisha nairobi nzima jumba refu ina 33 ikifatiwa na britam 31
TPA is 35floors acha kutudanganya.
 

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