Monday, 17 August 2009 02:00

City's first skyscraper to be fixed up

A Historic Johannesburg building, which has been left to decay for years, and fallen prey to vandals recently, will soon get a R19-million facelift.

Thursday, 10 May 2007 02:00

Regeneration: The final summit?

Another Jo'burg inner-city summit is greeted with hope and scepticism

Monday, 02 February 2004 02:00

Johannesburg CBD Parking resurges

Johannesburg's Central Business District is experiencing a major resurgence in the provision of parking facilities.

Performance indicators show a 200% increase in building-plan approvals for 2002-03 in city area.

Office occupancy rising as major companies and council support urban project

 

Monday, 27 January 2003 02:00

A Focus on BIDs/CIDs.

The second Improvement District in Sandton became operational in mid-November last year. The ‘Sandton Business Improvement District’ (SBID) covers the commercial area of Sandton bounded by Rivonia Road, Sandton and Grayston Drives. Anyone passing through the area can’t help but notice the smartly uniformed and highly visible safety and security officers and cleaning and maintenance personnel as well as a noticeably cleaner environment than previously. The older Sandton Improvement District, the ‘Sandton City Management District’ operates around the predominantly retail area in which Sandton City, Sandton Square, the Sandton Convention Centre and a number of hotels and office buildings are located. Between the two Improvement Districts some 38 safety and security officers (16 on mountain bikes), four rapid response vehicles with six armed officers and 24 cleaning and maintenance workers operate daily. In addition 16 “Ambassadors” attached to the hotels, convention centre and certain buildings dressed in complementary uniforms “bulk up” visible physical presence A smaller crew operate at night.

Wednesday, 07 February 2001 03:01

CBD revitalisation2

Walking down Fox Street with Gerald Olitzki is like stepping out with Mr Jo'burg. 
The practising attorney, who has come up with a workable way of filling city-centre buildings with tenants, stops to press flesh and exchange pleasantries with a number of people mostly tenants in our short walk to Gandhi Square.

Wednesday, 07 February 2001 03:01

CBD revitalisation

Implosions will open spaces and help restore vibrancy', says Neil Fraser

Advocates of the Johannesburg CBD revival insist there is something wrong with the SA Property Owners' Association (Sapoa)'s latest quarterly survey.

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