Emerging black business flocks to the CBD 19

Posted On Tuesday, 13 February 2001 03:01 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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An increasing number of new black-owned business enterprises were opting to set up shop in the Johanneburg CBD, Kendal Probert, an Old Mutual Properties portfolio manager, said at the weekend. 

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Probert said 60 percent of the 17 CBD deals Old Mutual Properties concluded in the last quarter of 2000 came from new black-owned business enterprises.
She said Old Mutual Properties continued to experience an upsurge in demand for property in the CBD and had employed a dedicated CBD letting manager and two additional letting consultants exclusively for CBD rentals
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