Talk of classic planning principles, central park type features and a demographic retail and business capture potential to boot, South Africa will soon experience quality urban living on a scale - literally in concept a new city within the Gauteng megalopolis -  beyond any this country has ever seen with Waterfall City.

Wednesday, 18 July 2012 10:01

Sod turning for Cell C at Waterfall

In 2008, Atterbury secured the commercial development rights for 330 ha of prime land north of Sandton. Waterfall Business Estate, is in total a staggering 1,6 million square metre mixed-use commercial development - the most ambitious of its kind being undertaken in South Africa

In 2008, Atterbury secured the commercial development rights for 330 ha of prime land north of Sandton. Waterfall Business Estate, is in total a staggering 1,6 million square metre mixed-use commercial development - the most ambitious of its kind being undertaken in South Africa. And now Atterbury has confirmed that it is developing a 46,000sqm head office campus, customer walk in centre, data/IT centre and warehouse for Cell C at the estate

Bagatelle - Mall of Mauritius, is Atterbury’s first major offshore development, and has received strong support from retailers wishing to access this unique market

Friday, 24 June 2011 02:00

Atterbury takes the lead in Hyprop

Hyprop Investments’ R9bn acquisition of Attfund’s retail arm, will not only have positive spin offs for Hyprop shareholders but will also gain capital injection into AltX-listed MAS.

Cape property entrepreneur Stuart Chait has sold his interests in trendy Jo’burg work, live, play and shop precinct Melrose Arch to co-owner Amdec in a lucrative deal.

Emira Property Fund is adding to its portfolio of properties in the prestigious Menlyn area of Pretoria

Despite having been on the market for years with no takers, Kempton City, a Kempton Park landmark, is set to receive a multi-million Rand redevelopment and get a new lease on life, thanks to some of South Africa’s foremost property experts

Monday, 09 July 2007 02:00

Jo’burg - A City Rejuvenated

Inner city regeneration around the world is not a new concept and in South Africa it is currently occurring in all the major centres. Success is universal and momentum is continually fuelled by newer and bigger public and private investment projects

The four star Mapungubwe Hotel Apartments on the corner of Ferreira, Marshall and Anderson Streets in the Jo’burg inner city will be opened on July 1 2007.  So says Gustav Holtzhausen of Circlevest Properties, joint project developers with Atterbury Property.

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