Nani Building, the tallest building in central Addis Abeba built by Huda Real Estate, will soon open after six-year delay in completion and consuming an estimated 600 million Br, according to Addis Fortune. The 22-storey building will be completely open for business in two months.The skyscraper is built to house the headquarters of MIDROC Ethiopia, including the VIP offices of its owner, Mohammed Hussein Ali Al-Amoudi and his brother Hussein Al-Amoudi, on the 19th and 20th floors. However, the finishing work and furnishing of these offices remains to be done, according to sources.
Nani Building, lying on a 2,586sqm plot, incorporates a two-level parking deck in its basement to accommodate 150 vehicles at a time. It was designed by Innovators Consulting Engineers.