Tag Archives: Industrial Property
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The top 3 technologies set to disrupt operations of industrial & logistics companies in Africa

JLL suggests that significant technological advances in supply chain automation will not merely influence logistics and industrial operations, but instead will disrupt it. Will these “first world” technologies have the same influence on local industrial operations and logistics companies in Africa? We investigate the industry’s most disruptive technologies set to change the way we do […]

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Comprehensive Update on Cape Town Industrial new developments

This article has been updated on 23 March 2017. In January, we reported on various Cape Town property developments to watch out for in 2017 and the extensive overall investment which continues to show faith and confidence in the city. This positive trend is also evident in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town, with a […]

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Chapatti Trading invests in new warehouse in Ndabeni

Clothing manufacturers Chapatti trading recently invested into medium sized warehousing space in Ndabeni at R7,500 per square meter. Gary Roodt, the company’s owner, states that they were seeking a manageable solution close to their existing premises with good investment potential. The transaction was facilitated by Lloyd Nussey from Baker Street Properties, who believes that this […]

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New Development Update in Pictures: Montague Park Nearing Completion

With easy access to all major arterial routes, Montague Park lies on the northern border of popular Cape Town based industrial node Montague Gardens. Reputable companies such as Takealot.com, Cape Food Packers and Bowline Supply Chain have already confirmed space in the park. The mixed use development offers a variety of options to prospective tenants […]

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Cape Town Industrial Property Market Infographic

Infographic: Cape Town Industrial Property Market Report October 2015

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New Atterbury development creating value for both business and communities

On Tuesday 8 September, Atterbury Property launched Richmond Park – a brand new development in Cape Town perceived to add significant value to the local property market. Baker Street Properties attended the event hosted in a scenic setting on the De Grendel wine estate near Plattekloof, Cape Town. Atterbury claims that the property has bulk […]

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Buying Vacant Land

3 Things to know when buying vacant land

1. Cash is King To be eligible to buy vacant land, major banks and financial institutions typically require that the entire property be paid cash (if not, a significant portion thereof). The reality is that banks are generally quite reluctant to grant 100% bonds on vacant land, and furthermore considering the cash-flow dynamic involved, the […]

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The MyCiTi Bus Service in Cape Town

New MyCiTi bus route to create significant value for businesses

A new MyCiti bus route known as the Lansdowne/Wetton corridor will potentially create significant value for both employees and employers. The new route will improve accessibility to quality transport for up to 35 communities and assist with urban regeneration, according to The City of Cape Town. Currently, many commuters have to travel into Cape Town […]

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4 Reasons why investing in a new warehouse makes financial sense

Successful business owners and companies having to expand their warehousing or manufacturing operations tend to only look at the costs involved when considering brand new industrial property and warehousing space. However, the unique benefits of a newly built property is often not taken into consideration when weighing up the benefits of both old and new […]

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