In Nairobi’s fast-growing business and financial district of Upper Hill, The Pinnacle will soon rise, like a glittering beacon of light, above the city. Built to stand 300 metres above the ground (1,000 feet), The Pinnacle represents the height of African achievement and design, the tallest building in Africa, a mixed-use property development combining commerce and leisure; an engineering triumph that pairs style with sustainability; a blend of urban landscaped gardens in the sky, luxury apartments and Class A office space, five-star Hilton Hotel and luxury shopping mall, all in one.


The Pinnacle will be the tallest building in Africa and the ultimate architectural achievement, soon to become the defining landmark not just for Nairobi, but for Kenya and the whole African continent.

Combining indulgent, uber-luxury with high-end commerce and distinctive architectural design, The Pinnacle is an exquisite mixed-use development at the heart of Upper Hill, Nairobi’s fast-growing business and financial hub. Its two towers will offer luxury residences, stylish commercial offices and a five-star hotel, joined together at the base by a five-storey shopping mall and entertainment centre.

Tower One will stand 70 storeys high, offering 46 floors of exclusive 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments, 11 floors of leasable Grade A offices and business facilities, serviced by the highest helipad in Kenya, more than 800 feet above the ground. Along with a viewing deck booked by appointment only, located on the 68th floor of the 300-metre tower that offers breath-taking views not only of the city, but also of the Ngong Hills in the distance, and Mount Kenya and Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest natural landmarks.

Tower Two will be home to Hilton’s new flagship five-star hotel, which offers the latest in business and leisure amenities, and a selection of exquisite restaurants and international bars for its guests to enjoy.


The Pinnacle is a collaborative project by White Lotus Group and Jabavu Village, the real estate/property development arm of Hass Group, two successful business groups headquartered in Dubai, and each with the extensive experience and resources required to build an architectural icon of this stature.

White Lotus Group is a diversified and fast-growing business group with significant investments in real estate, agribusiness, mining, infrastructure, petrochemicals, media/entertainment, and sports sectors spanning East Africa, South Africa, and India.


Jabavu Village is the property development arm of Hass Group, working closely with White Lotus in Nairobi on the development of The Pinnacle. Since its 1997 incorporation as a family business, Hass Group has become one of Africa’s leading oil marketing companies, expanding its portfolio across Africa into holdings in the energy, transportation and shipping industries. The Group is now poised to expand trading, marketing and downstream distribution of petroleum products globally.