Capital FM is relocating its headquarters and studios from Lonrho House in the Central Bussiness District (CBD) after 27 years.
In a statement by the station, seen by Kenyans.co.ke, the radio station will be moving to Two Rivers Mall in Ruaka in Kiambu County.
It was explained that the move was informed by the need for a more conducive environment for business and accessibility.
Lonrho House has been hosting the station since 1996.
The station's Managing Director Feisal Baghazal also explained that the move was strategic and in line with the company's goals of adapting to the changing media landscape and meeting audience goals.
"Two Rivers Mall, situated in Nairobi’s diplomatic blue zone, is a hub of activity, making it an ideal choice for Capital FM to connect with its listeners.
"The move promises a fresh and engaging experience for both the station and its audience, as it steps into a new chapter in its broadcasting journey at this prime location," read the statement in part.
As per the management, the station will begin effecting the relocation on Saturday, October 5.
“We are doing our best to ensure a seamless migration of the systems with minimal interruption to our programmes,” the station's Managing Director Feisal Baghazal stated.
Notably, the station is owned by the Kirubi family which is also linked to the Two Rivers Mall in Ruaka.
Following the move, Capital FM will open a list of other media stations that have moved their headquarters this year as part of its business strategy.
One of the stations that has moved this year is TV47 relocated from Parklands to Kiambu Road.