Waterfall Business Estate

Investors coining it from Mall of Africa’s owner Attacq

South Africans invested in Attacq Limited (JSE: ATT), which owns the flagship Waterfall development precinct anchored by Mall of Africa, are laughing all the way to the bank as they are well-positioned to benefit from the group's performance.

Attacq and Sanlam join forces for Waterfall development

Attacq and Sanlam Properties create a joint venture for further light industrial commercial and retail development in Waterfall.

Office sector drifting

Office vacancies remain flat in South Africa suggesting that not enough new supply is coming on board, the South African Property Owner’s Association (Sapoa)’s latest vacancy report shows.

Attacq full year NAV per share rises 24%

Capital growth fund Attacq limited, which made an entry on the JSE last year October, today said its net asset value per share (NAVPS) increased by 24% to R14.77 for the year ended June 2014.

Waterfall development expounds mixed-use benefits

The Waterfall development, spanning both sides of the N1 highway, from Buccleuch to Allandale Interchanges, has already secured developments valued at more than R7 billion, making this one of the fastest-off-the-ground mixed-use developments yet in Gauteng.

Attacq posts sterling maiden half-year figures

Newly JSE-listed capital growth property group Attacq on Wednesday announced its financial results, with net asset value per share (NAVPS) showing an increase of 19.9% since JSE listing in October last year.

Historic mixed-use Waterfall City development takes off

Atterbury Property Development and Attacq today launched the mixed-use Waterfall City to market, marking the next wave of its ambitious commercial development at the landmark Waterfall Business Estate.

Attacq builds on its property share success

JSE-listed property group, Attacq previously Atterbury Investment Holdings, says it has in succession produced results in terms of returning on shareholder capital growth.

Attacq all set to list on JSE with R12.5 billion portfolio

Attacq Limited, formerly called Atterbury Investment Holdings, on Thursday announced plans to list its R12.5 billion property portfolio on the JSE in October following a private placement that aims to raise R800 million.

R3.5bn set to house Mall of Africa at Waterfall

Atterbury has announced it is developing the 120,000sqm Mall of Africa for R3.5 billion, South Africa’s largest single-phase shopping mall development to date – financed by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance.

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