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Gauteng

Boksburg

Boksburg, situated in the East Rand of Gauteng has become one of the province’s most popular regions. Boksburg was originally set up as one of South Africa’s first mining towns and has since flourished as an industrial area that doubles as a family-orientated part of the greater Gauteng region.  Gold was first discovered in Boksburg in 1887, and as a result Boksburg became a mining town. The Main Reef Road linked Boksburg to all the other major mining towns and in 1890 a railway was built connecting it to Johannesburg.    

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Germiston

Germiston is a city in the East Rand of Gauteng in South Africa and is now the seat of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality which includes much of the East Rand, and is also considered part of Greater Johannesburg. It was established in the early days of the gold rush and the city is an industrial Centre with steel manufacturing and distribution being the largest industries. It has large railway workshops, a large glasswork, engineering companies, gas distribution firms, and many other heavy and light industries. Germiston is predominantly an industrial area with over 700 factories, it is minutes away from large shopping malls and boasts a...

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Johannesburg

Johannesburg is the largest city in South Africa. It is the provincial capital of Gauteng, which is the wealthiest province in South Africa. The city is one of the 50 largest urban agglomerations in the world, and is also the world's largest city not situated on a river, lake, or coastline. 

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Kempton Park

Kempton Park is a city on the East Rand in the Gauteng province, South Africa. Formerly an independent municipality in the Transvaal, Kempton Park no longer has its own municipal government, and has been part of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality since 2000. Kempton Park is located north-east of Johannesburg, South Africa's largest city, and south of Pretoria, the administrative capital. It is situated next to Tembisa, one of the largest townships in South Africa. The name of the city is sometimes written as "Kempton park" in Afrikaans. OR Tambo International Airport (Africa's busiest airport) is located in Kempton Park. 

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Sandton

The Sandton Central commercial node has some of the best and most expensive commercial properties and offices in South Africa. It is known as Africa's richest square mile.  A number of new developments are underway including 6 Benmore (Capital Hill), Atrium on 5th, Alice Lane and Katherine and West which is situated directly opposite the Sandton Gautrain Station. One of the highest rated Green buildings in South Africa, the Upper Grayston Office Park, is located in Sandton.  Industrial areas within Sandton are Wynberg and Kramerville. Kramerville, once a run-down area, is now a trendy...

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Western Cape

Atlantic Seaboard

The Atlantic Seaboard lies west of Cape Town and the suburb is notoriously known for it's upmarket retail, office and restaurant strip - the promanade. Suburbs in the area are ideally situated for easy access to the Cape Town City Bowl, the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the Sea Point Promenade and the beautiful beaches that lie along the coast.   Whether you are an owner occupier or investment buyer, there is something for every buyer. Areas include Hout Bay, Sea Point, Camps Bay, Green Point and Waterfront. There is a commercial and retail node stretching from Greenpoint to Camps Bay with  ‘high street’ line shops and commercial...

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Cape Town City Bowl

The Cape City Bowl is the heart of the mother city and is nestled between Table Bay, Signal Hill, Lion’s Head, Table Mountain and Devil’s Peak.   The central business district (CBD) of Cape Town includes, the harbour, the Company's Garden, and the commercial, retail and industrial suburbs of De Waterkant, Gardens and Woodstock. In it's totality the Cape Town City Bowl includes Bo Kaap, Foreshore, Vredehoek, East City as well as the CBD.  The CBD offers a strong commercial and retail presence with urban development zones...

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Cbd Periphery

The Cape Town City Periphery lies on the outskirts of the CBD along Queen Victoria Road through to Woodstock, Salt River, Observatory, Paarden Eiland and Northgate.  Over the last few years the area has been revitalised and traditional industrial precincts of Woodstock and Salt River, has now gradually advanced to a more retail and office type area through a strong gentrification process, driving the industrial/factory users further out into Maitland / Ndabeni for more cost-effective premises. Creatives both in the residential and office market are attracted to this area due to the quirky design of...

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Central Areas

The central areas cover those nodes conveniently located between Cape Town’s two major national highways, the N1 and N2, with the eastern boundary being Robert Sobukwe (old Modderdam Road). This precinct consists predominantly of warehousing as well as industrial and manufacturing sectors and includes the following areas: Ndabeni, Maitland, Epping 1, Epping 2, Airport Industria, Aiport City, Thornton, Elsies River, Beaconvale, and Parow Industria. The commercial and retail orientated nodes falling into this precinct include Pinelands, Goodwood and Parow.   All these areas...

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Southern Suburbs

The southern suburbs is highly accessible due to the two major highways that service the area. The Southern Suburbs are the suburbs located south of the City Bowl in Cape Town. They include Athlone, Philippi, Wetton, Lansdowne, Diep River, Capricorn Park, Ottery, Claremont, Constantia, Kennilworth, Mowbray, Newlands, Plumstead, Retreat, Rondebosch, Steenberg, Rosebank, Tokai, Westlake, Wynberg, Fish Hoek, Rylands, Primrose Park, Muizenberg and Southfield     The Southern Suburbs feature a mix of retail, industrial and commercial properties with a number of beautiful heritage buildings. Amongst these...

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