Sandton Property Market

There’s trouble bubbling at Sandton’s skyscraper — The Leonardo

The developer of the R3 billion Sandton skyscraper, the Leonardo, has shown the troubled construction company, Aveng, the exit door after terminating its contract.

R3 billion redevelopment set to elevate Sandton

Home to many of South Africa’s largest corporates, Sandton is in for another commercial transformation, with a collaboration of three companies investing over R3 billion to redevelop Barlow Park precinct.

Sandton grows apace with R3bn Skyscraper

South Africa is witnessing a number of skyscraper construction, with the likes of the Leonardo in Sandton — set to become home to the tallest building in Africa.

Sandton Central safety initiative bears fruit

An initiative aiming to promote greater safety for pedestrians, including those with impaired vision, and all other road users has paid off so well for Sandton Central.

Abland, Tiber team up for R3bn mixed-use venture in Sandton

Abland and Tiber are collaborating to develop the Sandton Gate precinct, a new mixed-use green development worth R3 billion over the next few years.

Thousands flock to Alex Mall for Inauguration

Despite consumers’ seemingly waning appetite for retail therapy, Alex Mall, featuring numerous popular clothing and interiors brands, was officially opened on Wednesday by Johannesburg Mayor Herman Mashaba.

Property demand pushes Rosebank to new market highs

Property punters say they are seeing increasing demand in the Rosebank precinct — with rentals surpassing those in Sandton and Melrose Arch.

The history and legacy of Sandton Central

Sandton Central, without doubt, has become the most important business and financial node in South Africa, and plausibly sub-Saharan Africa.

Office property market losing shine

The office property market is a long way from solving the problem of high vacancy levels, according to the latest Rode’s Report on the SA Property Market.

Sandton Property Investment shows no sign of slowing down

It is hard to believe that in the 1960s the greater Sandton area consisted of mostly semi-rural areas and was associated with horses and country estates.

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