Tyger Valley area gets huge office development

Posted On Thursday, 14 March 2002 03:01 Published by
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Charles Potgieter Investments will soon develop a 1,2 hectare hillside site mooted to be the 'new residential and commercial hub' - overlooking the new Tyger Valley Velodrome and Waterfront.
Charles Potgieter Investments will soon develop a 1,2 hectare hillside site mooted to be the 'new residential and commercial hub' - overlooking the new Tyger Valley Velodrome and Waterfront. The new project, to be known as Tyger Chambers, will provide a staggering 15.000 m² of A grade office space in six separate buildings.

The development's split-level podia will also have a limited number of small convenience and retail outlets.

The project has a total value of R130 million. It will be built in phases, with work starting in March on the bulk earthworks. Units will be for sale or to let.

Derick Henstra, senior partner at architects dhk, said that this section of Tyger Valley is becoming the new residential and commercial hub of the entire area. Tenants, he predicts, will be attracted from Durban and Edward Roads by the views, the easy access, ample parking and by the tighter security that enclosed office parks make possible.

Richard Edwards and Tony van Heerden of financiers Cape of Good Hope Bank believe that the quick and easy access to the project will enhance its appeal, especially once the forthcoming diamond interchange is completed off the N1 highway. Access from Willie van Schoor and Carl Cronjé roads, they added, will be excellent

Publisher: Rode
Source: Rode

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