Office space in Nairobi

Choose from over 10 locations in Nairobi.

Our office space in Nairobi is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needs

Our serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term agreements and additional facilities available, our offices in Nairobi provide solutions for businesses of any size.
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Building at 17th Floor, ICEA Building in Nairobi

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Once a nondescript residential district, Westlands is now one of Nairobi's most in-demand and well-connected commercial neighbourhoods.

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Less than 20 minutes' drive from Nairobi's CBD, Kilimani enjoys an unrivalled location to access the city's thriving commercial centre.

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Bounded by the University of Nairobi and featuring the skyscrapers that comprise the cityscape, the CBD is the economic heart of Kenya.

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Separated from Nairobi's city centre by the idyllic Karura Forests, Kitisuru is a tranquil and prosperous neighbourhood of the capital.

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About office space in Nairobi

Regus’ lucrative portfolio of office space for rent in Nairobi comprises a range of well-equipped business centres, fitted with professional grade facilities and supported by local services. Our offices are the solution for companies looking to expand into a competitive market or into new neighbourhoods, as well as those who simply require extra space. Short-term rentals are ideal for finite projects or ad hoc work in the area, while our long-term options equally offer plenty of flexibility, allowing you to increase your space as your company grows. Modern organisations will be pleased by our serviced office provisions, which includes high-speed Internet access and WiFi at every location, and our office suites provide you with a polished presence.

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and, with a population of over 6.5 million people, it is also the country’s largest. It is home to a fast growing financial centre, with many international firms attracted to the city by the Nairobi Securities Exchange. A number of well-known multinational companies have large operations in the region, including General Electric, Young & Rubicam, Google, Coca-Cola and IBM. Furthermore, many international non-governmental organisations have put down roots here, largely in part due to the presence of the large United Nations office here. The city is served by Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, while road and rail networks connect it with overland destinations.

What’s available

Interior offices

Interior offices

A regular Regus office, minus the view; our lowest cost office space.

Window office

Window office

A private office space with a view, available in all our centres.