Known for its regeneration projects in Braamfontein, urban renewal specialist Aengus Investment Properties is adding to the growing creative spirit of this part of the city by launching the Oh! 11 project.

Saturday, 28 July 2012 13:02

New urban renewal project for Woodstock

Three neighbouring industrial buildings in Albert Road Woodstock are being redeveloped into a trendy, upmarket mixed use complex to be known as The Woodstock Exchange

Johannesburg’s inner city and surrounds continue to show signs of regeneration. Slowly but surely the streets really are being taken back by a number of dedicated and insightful players.

Developers announce that work is now well underway for the 12 500sqm first phase of the new Meadowlands Crossing shopping centre

Office occupancy rising as major companies and council support urban project

 

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