Tag Archives: Lifestyle Trends

Cape Town property developments to watch out for in 2016

03/02/17 – We have published a brand new article on new property developments in cape town for 2017/2018. To read the latest article, click here   “The success of cities is often reflected in the number of new developments, redevelopments and refurbishments taking place at any given point in time. There are a number of new […]

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Hotel Verde

Inside the greenest hotel in Africa

  The Green Building Council of South Africa (GBCSA) has awarded Hotel Verde near Cape Town International Airport a 6-star green building rating, making it the greenest hotel in Africa. The award highlights the trend in hoteliers no longer striving just towards achieving an acceptable level of sustainability in operations, but to actual green building […]

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Why marketing companies want to be in Cape Town

The Cape Town Central City Improvement District’s (CCID) third annual Residential Survey suggests that the top category of profession among those surveyed in 2015 is media, marketing and publishing followed by the creative and financial sector. This comes as no surprise, given the growing presence of marketing and media companies in Cape Town. The recent […]

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Specialized Store Coming Soon To Tygervalley

Cycling enthusiasts residing in Cape Town’s Northern Suburbs can look forward to the launch of a brand new Specialized Store in Tygervalley towards the end of 2015. The international cycling brand partnered with reputable Gauteng-based West Rand Cycles owned by Eben Venter to take on the market opportunity in Cape Town. The new cycle shop […]

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New lifestyle mall in Somerset West: what you need to know

Reputable national mall developers Abacus Asset Management have invested significant resources into a 16 000 square meter office and convenience retail space in Somerset West called “The Sanctuary”. The new lifestyle mall was completed in October 2016, and is situated on the corner of De Beers Avenue and the R44. The Sanctuary has already been fully […]

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The Bridgeways Development in Century City

Bridgeways Development in Century City offers remarkable value for money

Of the many new opportunities for commercial property to rent in Century City offers companies remarkable value not found anywhere else in Cape Town. In fact, Century City is perceived to be The Mother City’s fastest growing business node – just 14 minutes away from the Cape Town City Bowl via the N1 highway. A […]

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The Boulevard Office Park

Multiple opportunities for commercial property in prestigious office park

  The Boulevard Office Park is a unique development offering 38,000m² of prestigious office space on the periphery of the Cape Town City Bowl. Fronting onto Eastern Boulevard with direct access from Searle Street (Exit 2), this landmark development has excellent access and egress, visibility and a premium image to meet the requirements of established […]

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The Cape Town City Bowl at night

Cape Town City Bowl: why it offers the best work/life balance

Increased congestion on Cape Town’s roads has motivated many employees, executives and business owners to move their primary residence closer to their place of work. In Cape Town, this is evident in the significant rise in demand for residential property in the Cape Town City Bowl. Yes, the CBD is not only home to young […]

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The Silo District in the V&A Waterfront: What you need to know

The Silo district in the V&A Waterfront to be completed early 2017   What you need to know: The Silo district in the V&A Waterfront has enjoyed wide-spread publicity with both local and foreign investors keeping a close eye on new developments in Cape Town and opportunities for both residential and commercial property. Overall, the final […]

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Paying more rent in a green building: 5 Reasons why it’s worth it

A building with a certified green rating often comes at a higher monthly rental compared to the alternatives – here are five good reasons why John McMahon believes they are worth paying extra for: 1. Slash your utility overheads The first obvious benefit is a considerable saving on utilities. A case in point is Cape Town’s tallest (and South Africa’s […]

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