Shopping centre, filling station on offer

Posted On Friday, 07 May 2010 02:00 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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A shopping centre in Bedfordview and a filling station in Fairland, Johannesburg, will be among a strong mix of offerings at the Savile Row auctions.

Bedford SquareA SHOPPING centre in Bedfordview and a filling station in Fairland, Johannesburg, will be among a strong mix of commercial, industrial and retail offerings at the Savile Row auctions next week at Summer Place, Hyde Park.

Number 174 Smit Street, Fairland, is a single-storey, dealer-owned Shell filling station which reportedly pumps approximately 250000l a month. The property is zoned for business 2 and is opposite a large park and next to a Spar supermarket, in a mainly residential housing node.

The forecourt contains four pump islands, offering standard fuels, and is monitored by closed-circuit television cameras. The pump islands are linked to five underground fuel tanks with a total capacity of 79000l

Other facilities on the property include a shop, a Standard Bank ATM, two public (Telkom) telephones, several offices, storerooms, toilets, carports and 16 parking bays.

The Kloof Shopping Centre, at 19 Kloof Road, Oriel, Bedfordview, is in the heart of the retail business district of Bedfordview. Kloof Road is one of the busiest roads into Oriel, from the adjoining suburbs of Bedfordview and Bedford Gardens.

Bedfordview and the surrounding suburbs are upmarket, catering for the affluent residents of the area.

The property is close to Eastgate Shopping Centre, the Bruma area, and only minutes away from the OR Tambo International Airport.

Built on a stand measuring 1656m², this shopping centre is a neat and well-designed three-storey complex of 3178m² with a gross lettable area of 1250m², excluding basement parking area, and is zoned for business and commercial activities.

Consisting of three free-standing buildings — with a total of seven shops — the property offers a lower-level parking area for 61 cars; ground-floor level with three shops and ablution facilities; first-floor level with four shops and ablution facilities; open patios, and an open parking area behind the building.

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