Waterfall cements its position as Gauteng’s fastest-growing financial services hub

Posted On Wednesday, 28 August 2019 14:25 Published by
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Waterfall City has established itself as the go-to business node for top financial services companies such as PSG Wealth, which has recently moved into The Ingress.

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A division of JSE-listed PSG Konsult, PSG Wealth has settled into the 4312m² Building 1 at The Ingress. Upon completion, The Ingress will have a total of five office buildings between 4,000 m² – 4,500 m² each.  PSG Wealth is the first tenant to occupy building 1 and building 2 will be ready for occupation in October 2019. Located on the corner of Lone Creek Crescent and Magwa Crescent, The Ingress is near the Mall of Africa, as well as other Waterfall City developments such as PwC, Novartis and the new Deloitte headquarters, scheduled for completion first quarter 2020. 

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“We are excited about our new home at The Ingress in Waterfall. The office meets our needs as a business, as it offers us a vibrant, modern and fully-integrated work environment which echoes the quality and comprehensive wealth management services we offer our clients,” says Dan Hugo, Interim Head of PSG Wealth.

Waterfall’s access to public transport routes, quality infrastructure and other amenities such as health care services, schools, retail offering and fitness facilities makes it the ideal location for companies prioritising work-life integration.

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Building 1 of The Ingress is defined by clean structural lines and clear vistas of the city. As with all of Waterfall City’s developments and in line with highest environmental standards, The Ingress prioritises sustainability and green design incorporating elements such as alternate glass solutions, flush glazing, external louvres and deep-set windows.

“Attacq is pleased to welcome PSG Wealth to The Ingress. One of our key focus areas is to build long-term relationships with our tenants and to stay abreast of their everchanging property and business needs. It is evident that Waterfall City is becoming the destination of choice, particularly in the financial services industry,” said Melt Hamman, CEO of Attacq.

Last modified on Wednesday, 28 August 2019 14:36

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