Barrow Properties introduces its latest development project

Posted On Monday, 10 July 2017 17:51 Published by
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Waverly Office Park is among the most visible developments in Johannesburg, acting as a prominent billboard space for its tenants’ businesses overlooking one of the city’s busiest highways.

Ideally located at the intersection of Corlett Drive and the M1 offramp, this position is within easy access to road points in major business hubs in Sandton, Rosebank and Melrose Arch.

Waverly Office Park offers a total of 5474m2 of rentable commercial office space, located in two separate buildings measuring 3351m2 and 2123m2 respectively. With an asking rental of R149 per sqm, it is considered a highly competitive rate for a new building with highway frontage.

Corporates also have the potential to purchase an individual building at R24 000 per sqm. The buildings offer ample parking, with a total of 5.2 parking bays per 100sqm, access control and electric fencing around the premises’ perimeter. In addition, the onsite storage rooms provide additional stowage space with live-in concierge to address tenant issues.

This contemporary development makes extensive use of 6mm low E-glass to reduce noise and heat with double-glazing on all windows. Its energy efficient and has a low carbon footprint as well as offering landscaped gardens that are entirely indigenous, contributing to protecting urban green spaces. Balconies and roof terraces offer tenants stunning views of the Sandton skyline, and the tasteful decor inside is enlivened with bold splashes of colour.

To ensure companies can operate seamlessly, Waverly Office Park is equipped with diesel generators for backup power, as well as backup water tanks.

Waverly Office Park’s first phase proved highly successful, attracting high profile firms like audit specialists Sekala Xabiso. The second phase is expected to be equally successful. “We have taken great care to offer office space that caters to a multitude of needs in this prominent location” says Barrow Properties’ director Paul Barrow.

Last modified on Monday, 10 July 2017 18:01

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