The City of Tshwane will reopen its application to get Wonderboom Airport back to international status.

Menlyn Park Shopping Centre in Pretoria is undergoing a R2-billion redevelopment that will make it the largest mall in Africa, with over 500 shops. And for added convenience for shoppers, a South African Police Service (SAPS) Brooklyn contact point has been opened at the centre.

The Pretoria decentralized office market continues to suffer from the aftermath of overzealous development coupled with weak demand for space to rent.

Easy access to the workplace, educational institutions, shopping, entertainment, transport, and other facilities, as well as security, remain important concerns to the residents of Pretoria, and are assisting to drive ongoing demand for properties in well-situated estates and sectional title complexes.

Monday, 13 June 2016 09:34

Unease over expensive malls

Furry of new listings, mergers and acquisitions in the JSE's R450bn listed property sector continues unabated.

Leading South African property developer and investor Atterbury today announced it will undertake a prime new multibillion-Rand development in Pretoria.

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.

Emira Property Fund has secured yet another prime property in the flourishing Menlyn node in Pretoria. The R403 million, 50% share in five buildings in Summit Place, a new P-grade office development that includes other mixed uses, will further bolster Emira’s already flourishing portfolio of quality property assets.

Barrow Properties and Menlyn Maine Investment Holdings have just announced the launch of Park Lane West, an 11 800 m ² sectional title office building, setting new standards in corporate design.

Thursday, 10 March 2016 16:43

Gauteng’s hot zones for property buyers

By all accounts, the next two years are going to be challenging ones for the residential property market, thanks to rising interest rates and slow economic growth.

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