Fairways Office Park develops fast

Posted On Tuesday, 12 March 2002 03:01 Published by
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THE first building has already been completed and the next five buildings are coming out of the ground at the Fairways Office Park.
THE first building has already been completed and the next five buildings are coming out of the ground at the Fairways Office Park. This prestigious new development is phase one of the greater Links Office Park development planned near the Somerset West Mall adjacent to the R44 and which promises to revolutionise the corporate and professional office environment of the entire Helderberg basin by offering superior A-grade premises in a secure, pleasant park-like environment.

This new sectional title development is the result of a milestone co-operation agreement between Heartland Properties as landowners, Basil Read, well-known construction company and Cosmoprop who will coordinate the marketing of the park.

Upon completion, the greater Links area will house total offices of 55 000sq m on 110 000sq m of land. Fairways Office Parks as phase 1 will comprise 6 000sq m of sectional title office accommodation on a 12 000sq m site. The low coverage of 35% will enable the development to include landscaped gardens around each building. This project was launched in response to the need for a coordinated centrally located office and business district where a good address and stimulating working conditions could be integrated with a secure environment and easy access from all directions.

All buildings will offer monitored alarm systems, secure basement parking, air-conditioning, and a generous installation allowance to ensure that tenants needs are fully met. This includes an own kitchenette and ablutions for each office unit.

Fairways will offer new standards in office accommodation with high grade dry-wall partitioning and power skirting to ensure easy adaptation to the continuously changing hi-tech environment required of business premises going into the future. Data and network cabling can be unobtrusively installed together with 'clean' power points for computers, servers, etc. Full provision has also been made for Telkom and fibre optical network linking.

Apart from the basement parking, ample provision has also been made for open parking around the buildings. The area is virtually crime-free and, since the entire office park area has also been designed on a fully integrated basis, a safe and pleasant working environment has been created where security has been effectively yet unobtrusively incorporated.

Fairways is the first fully-fledged sectional title office development in the Helderberg area. With the first building completed in December 2001 and the next phase to reach completion at the end of May 2002, rental tenants and owner-occupiers will be able to move into tailor-made office suites ranging in size from 80sq m to 500sq m and larger. The target market for the premises will, inter alia, comprise businesses, corporate tenants and professional users such as auditors, legal firms, consulting engineers.

Publisher: Cape Business News
Source: Cape Business News

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