Jonathan Aitken, Business Development Executive for Aucor Property comments, "The upcoming auction features an array of properties ranging from corporate disposals to open land on the coast. Headlining the event on the day is a massive 20 764m2 industrial facility located in the popular suburb of Bellville in Cape Town on the corner of Glucose and Kasselsvlei Road in Mimosa. This warehouse and manufacturing plant used to be home to Tiger Brands' iconic Cross & Blackwell Mayonnaise brand."
The property features a double volume factory and warehouse space as well as offices, a boiler house, brewery building, clinic and conference facility, canteen and external storage sheds. Additionally there are 116 on-site parking bays, excellent security features including a CCTV perimeter camera system, electric fencing, magnetic and biometric locks and an alarm system. This is all set on a 3.52165 hectare stand. For more information on this property please contact Jonathan Aitken on 082 453 1119
Another property which has drawn massive interest to date is a landmark CBD heritage building situated at 11Parliament Street, Cape Town. Known as 'Mutual Heights' on the corner of Parliament Street and Darling Street in the CBD of Cape Town, this property enjoys prime position in the heart of Cape Town's central city rejuvenation and is within walking distance of City Hall, Company's Gardens, Green Market Square and three multi-storey car parks. Furthermore there is excellent access to the area via the N1 and N2 highways as well as Wale Street which links to the Eastern Boulevard.
James Bylos, Regional Manager for Aucor Property comments, "Unit 8, the Banking Hall, within this beautiful building has come onto the market. This 1 098m2 space is accessed via the Main Hall off Darling Street and features a magnificent triple volume banking hall.
The space is fitted with eight marble columns in red marble extended vertically on either side through three floors and rest upon a wooden floor. Between the columns, the coats of arms are presented for each of the old provinces and countries within Southern Africa, in which South African Mutual Life Assurance Society had a presence.
The walls are dressed with a combination of black and red marble and painted brick. Five parking bays are included in the sale of the property"
Bylos concludes, "The property has heritage status as the building is older than 60 years and has high architectural significance. It must be noted that any changes to any part of the building must be made through the Environment and Heritage Resource Management Branch. A permit from the Heritage Western Cape would be required for any internal changes to the building."
For more information on this property please contact James Bylos on 083 254 1213 or visit www.aucorproperty.co.za.