Final phase of Atterbury’s Lynnwood Bridge mixed use development underway

Posted On Thursday, 11 April 2013 10:36 Published by eProp@News
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Atterbury has started construction on the third phase of Lynnwood Bridge, the successful mixed-used node in east of Pretoria. 

The final phase will add a further 15,000sqm of offices to the impressive 73,000sqm Lynnwood Bridge mixed-use development. The new office buildings will be complete in May 2014.

The upmarket Lynnwood Bridge includes speciality retail with a focus on dining, entertaining and lifestyle with an exciting mix of stylish restaurants and destination stores. It also features a City Lodge Hotel and the world-class state-of-the-art 400-seat Atterbury Theatre.

Already respected as one of the most esteemed business addresses in South Africa, Lynnwood Bridge features 33,000sqm of fully-let offices in three prime buildings.

It has attracted tenancies from corporate heavyweights like Adams & Adams, Aurecon, Studio 3 Architects International and Pentad. 

The new offices comprise two six-floor buildings of 7,500sqm each, one of which is already fully let to Aurecon.

"Lynnwood Bridge has been developed in phases to meet market demand," says Atterbury Property Developments MD James Ehlers. "Lynnwood Bridge Phase Three provides prospective tenants the final opportunity to be part of this prestigious precinct."

Among its winning features is Lynnwood Bridge's position right next to the newly upgraded Lynnwood exit from the N1 highway. It features effortless access from the main arterial of Lynnwood Road, as well as Daventry Road. Lynnwood Bridge also offers generous covered basement parking for visitors and tenants alike.

"Its highly visible and easily accessible location adds to its attractiveness as a leading business location," says Atterbury Property Developments' project manager for Lynnwood Bridge, Gerrit van den Berg.

Lynnwood Bridge's varied offering – with shops, restaurants, theatre, offices and hotel – in a single, vibrant location furthers Lynnwood Bridge's appeal as a modern business environment.

It also creates an energised arena for business, points out van den Berg, with its trendy restaurants placed in an open-air piazza area with attractive landscaping and sculptures by the famous sculptor, Angus Taylor.

Ehlers confirms the new office space can accommodate either a single user for the entire building or can be an exciting multitenant environment in offices starting from around 500sqm.

Last modified on Thursday, 11 April 2013 11:15

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