Intersect appointed to manage Icon building in Cape Town CBD
Intersect Sectional Title Services, the sectional title specialist subsidiary of the Spire Property Group, is proud to announce their appointment to manage the Icon Building on the Foreshore in Cape Town.
Martin Bester, the Managing Director of Intersect Sectional Title Services, who sits on the board of the Residential and Sectional Title Committee of SAPOA and is a committee member of the Sectional Title Regulations Board explains that the Icon building was completed in 2007 at a cost of approximately R390 million and consists of retail, corporate and residential units and is situated on Hans Strydom Avenue in the Cape Town CBD.
“Situated at the heart of the CBD, the Icon building is within walking distance to all amenities and public transport routes as well as easy access to all major roads.”
“The building's residential component consists of three apartment blocks of which two are 18 storeys high and a third nine storeys. The ground floor offers retail space for boutique shops and restaurants, with the first to the third floor designed for office space.”
“The residential section offers 150 air-conditioned apartments ranging from 55 m2 to 156 m2 and includes a hotel which is operated by Urban Hip Hotels and has a full concierge service,” says Bester.
Popular brands in the retail sector include a Food Lovers Market and Vida E Café to name two and the corporate offices are home to, inter alia, SAA and the Basileus Group.
“We are very excited about our appointment at the Icon, as the building exemplifies the type of building that Intersect strives to manage,” says Bester.
Intersect have also recently been appointed to manage two other buildings in Cape Town, further increasing the organisations growing reach across the Cape.
“River’s Edge is situated in Rondebosch and comprises of 86 brand new sectional title units, whilst Le Village is a relatively new up market development in Sea Point, comprising of 29 one and two bedroom apartments in a secure complex.”