Leading international property developer and investor Atterbury has moved into its new head office, Die Klubhuis, which consolidates its two Gauteng branches into a single, dynamic regional HQ in its very own prestigious Pretoria precinct development, The Club.

Tuesday, 05 April 2016 12:04

Mall of Africa opens on 28 April

Developed on a scale beyond anything the country has known by leading South African property developer and investor Atterbury, the iconic new Mall of Africa is set to open in less than a month, on 28 April 2016.

South Africa’s inland shopping malls could be in for pleasing festive season sales as a result of the country’s struggling economy, according to Managing Director of Atterbury Asset Managers, Lucille Louw. This is because fewer families can afford to take holidays this year.

Leading national property development and asset management group, Atterbury, has secured the development of a new six-storey office building in Cape Town in its first commercial property development in the Western Cape in recent years. When complete the building is expected to be valued at around R225 million.

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