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The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) recognised Arup with a Highly Commended Award in the Structural Engineering Project Division for their work on the PwC Tower, at the Most Outstanding Project Awards ceremony hosted by SAICE, Johannesburg Branch.
Landmark property development projects from Atterbury, the leading South African property developer and investor, once again featured heavily among the winners of the coveted South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) Awards in 2017.
While house price growth in Gauteng has shown tentative signs of recovery in the last 12 months, the residential property market in the greater Midrand region has, in terms of demand, steadily continued its upward trajectory on the back of rapid development in the area.
Atterbury has won the fiercely contested tender to develop a new Gauteng office for Deloitte in South Africa after an intense selection process by the leading professional services firm.
Attacq welcomes BMW Group South Africa to Waterfall, where a new Regional Distribution Facility (RDC) will be developed by Attacq for the luxury German vehicle maker in Waterfall Distribution Campus.
Positioning ourselves at the cutting edge, Fieldspace Property Group is transforming the way property brokers and potential tenants view our space to let.
Balwin, South Africa’s largest homebuilder focusing on large scale sectional-title residential estates in high-growth, high-density metropolitan nodes in South Africa’s major cities, is pleased to announce that it has launched The Polofields, its maiden development in Waterfall, Midrand, Gauteng.
Mall of Africa in Midrand, Gauteng, has been named the winner of the sought-after Spectrum Award for the best retail development, becoming an icon of the real estate development landscape at the South African Council of Shopping Centre’s (SACSC) Annual Retail Design and Development Awards (RDDA).
Ideally located close to the N1 highway, Midrand is fast establishing itself as the new Northern suburbs of Johannesburg.
Taste Holdings, which mixes interests in fast-food and jewellery, is chilled about its roll-out plans for coffee store brand Starbucks.