Sunday, 22 February 2015 13:47

Taffy Adler

Taffy Adler is the Chairman of Arrowhead Properties.

Published in Property Leader

The revival of Johannesburg’s inner city has seen an escalation in the value of property, making it more difficult for government and non profit organisations to provide much needed social housing for low-income earners.

Friday, 14 October 2005 02:00

Hijacked owner dumps property

George Palmer, one of Johannesburg's first big investors in inner-city residential property, is about to sell most of his portfolio.

Wednesday, 17 August 2005 02:00

More Newtown housing planned

Another major residential development is being planned for the popular Newtown precinct in the inner city.

Tuesday, 16 August 2005 02:00

Stopping the inner-city rot

Brickfields Housing Project officially opened

Wednesday, 02 June 2004 02:00

Giving downtown an upbeat outlook

Joburg redevelopment bears fruit, writes Don Robertson

Friday, 15 August 2003 02:00

High hopes for Newtown plan.

Johannesburg Housing Company CEO Taffy Adler said that the new R100m Brickfields residential project in Newtown, Johannesburg, launched yesterday, would see the first high-rise residential buildings erected in the inner city in about 30 years.

Friday, 02 March 2001 03:01

Johannesburg CBD Housing projects

Inner-city housing is being snapped up and cleaned up While suburbia is steadily being transformed into a morass of ill-planned, overcrowded business nodes, Johannesburg's inner city is winning a war to create proper middle- and working-class housing, underpinned by a social housing programme. 

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