Oserian Industrial Park is a 150-hectare private development in Naivasha, Kenya, aiming to become a demonstration case for sustainable industrialisation in Africa. Kenya is going to need an additional ~1,200-hectares of industrial space by 2030, but there is limited ready, affordable and sustainable space being developed to meet this demand. Oserian Industrial Park is a prime asset in Naivasha, Kenya’s emerging industrial hub, with land ~70% cheaper than average industrial parks in Kenya, 6,000 m3 of water secured per day and access to abundant geothermal energy resources. The park is seeking to raise US$ 32 million (equity/debt) to build-out Phase 1 of a flagship sustainable industrial park in Africa. Attractive project returns (IRR ~15%-25% hold / 45% exit), with significant additional upside potential via follow on equity, refinance or project exit. Highly developed tenant pipeline, with over 75% of Phase 1 and 2 either contracted or at MOU with textile and apparel, hydrogen economy, food & beverage, data centers and logistics businesses.

Building and Construction

Building and Construction

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