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Western Cape

Atlantic Seaboard

The Atlantic Seaboard, also known as Cape Town’s ‘Riviera’, stretches from  the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront on the north shore of Table Mountain all the way down the west side of the cape peninsula to Hout Bay.  This incredibly beautiful stretch of coast is connected by the most picturesque, scenic drive along Victoria Road and properties on this stretch of South Africa’s Cote d’Azur fetch unprecedented prices, now that this truly beautiful part of the coast is so sought after.  The Atlantic Seaboard never fails to buoy one’s spirits, with the glistening Atlantic Ocean on one...

Atlas Gardens

Despite its seemingly remote location Atlas Gardens Industrial Park offers rapid access to the N7 and the N1 or R27 without the traffic congestion which is often experienced at similar spaces located within the more built up areas of Cape Town. It is also benefiting from the recently completed construction of the Sandown Road link and the Malibongwe Road which provided access all the way through to N1 City, Parow and the Airport. It has now matured into a pleasant and upmarket industrial space mostly due to the excellent design guidelines and neat landscaping. While it is still possible to acquire land on a re-sale basis, these opportunities are very limited. Atlas...

Cape Town City Bowl

By international standards the Central Business District of Cape Town is relatively small and the pace is often considered to be considerably slower than in Johannesburg. Everything here is within walking distance and this region of Cape Town is best covered by foot. The city centre is a mix-up of beautiful old colonial buildings and historical points of interest on the one hand, and modern corporate towers and vibrant night life on the other. The CBD has an office market that consists primarily of AAA,A and B grade office space with over 71000m² of AAA grade office space coming on line in the next 2 years. Combined with on-going investment in urban...


Cape Town Periphery

Demand for accommodation in both commercial and light Industrial premises close to Cape Town CBD have   extended eastwards towards Woodstock, Salt River and Observatory. Therefore, over the past five years developers has seized the opportunities to redevelop older buildings due to the incentive offered by SARS known as the UDZ (Urban Development Zone) 


Century City

Just a few minutes from Cape Town’s CBD is Century City, a privately managed, 250-hectare mixed-use precinct. This world-class model of New Urban planning and implementation successfully combines residential, commercial and leisure components in a beautifully landscaped setting on the banks of eight kilometres of picturesque waterways and canals. Home to over 500 companies, including national or regional head offices of some of South Africa’s blue-chip corporates, and to over 3 500 apartments, houses, and penthouses, Century City boasts an enormous variety of world class retail, leisure and natural amenities.


Killarney Gardens

As an extension of Montague Gardens, it is a sought after industrial hub that is 30 minutes away from the Cape Town harbour and airport. It is well situated between the N1, N7 and Plattekloof Roads to service their clients. Killarney Gardens is the entryway to the rapid urban and economic growth of the West Coast region. Smaller catchment areas call for smaller business parks. Killarney Gardens is a rather unique industrial area in that it is surrounded and serviced by numerous residential areas like Table View, Blouberg, Parklands, West Beach and the Milnerton node to name a few. It is ideally situated to service the new expanding area of Sunningdale which is...

Montague Gardens

Montague Gardens is Cape Town's most modern, sought after and well planned industrial area. It is situated within 20 minutes of Cape Town’s port and airport. Between Cape Town and Bellville it is easily accessible from most areas of the Peninsula through the road and rail network like the N1, N7 and M5. Montague Gardens is the entryway to the rapid urban and economic growth of the West Coast region. This essential position has lead to the major retail chains such as Woolworths, Spar and Clicks locating their central distribution centres right in this area for convenient distribution. Montague Gardens has also become the core hotspot for the Do It Yourself...

Paarden Eiland

The gateway to Cape Town Harbour. This industrial area is large and home to hundreds of large showrooms and spaces all manufacturing different things. Paarden Eiland is ideally situated in amongst the hustle and bustle of the city and the busy traffic intersection. There are about 412 full title erven and 158 sectional title business schemes.   The precinct offers a full spectrum of industrial through to retail property. Small, medium and large warehouse units are available accommodating a variety of enterprises from cold storage, logistics and ship chandelling all the way through to panel beaters and mechanics. The new My Citi IRT system runs through Paarden...


Although attributed with looking distinctly English, Pinelands’ wide streets lined with its distinctive pine trees, hence the name, falls short of the narrow lanes and one-up-one-down style homes that dominate English towns. Homes here are sprawling and have big, well established gardens, and the roads are wide and well planned. If you look at the suburb’s history, you can understand why. Pinelands, just 10 km from the city centre, was originally an unsuccessful attempt at a pine tree plantation, called Uitvlugt. Rows of pine trees were planted on what was then the desolate Cape Flats. The suburb is post-war, hence the English influence, and local...

Southern Suburbs

The group of suburbs lying south east of the City Bowl and Table Mountain in Cape Town are collectively known as the ‘southern suburbs’. Rosebank, Rondebosch,  Mowbray, Pinelands,Claremont, Kenilworth, Newlands, Bishopscourt, and Wynberg are also more established and sought after than their northern counterparts; although property right at the coast on the Atlantic Seaboard is still amongst the most exclusive in Cape Town. For the most part, the Southern Suburbs lie at the base of Table Mountain National Park, a mountainous backbone that stretches all the way from Signal Hill to Cape Point, creating an impressive backdrop that infuses the...

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