15 / 06 / 2011 - Cape Business News
NOW that we are technically out of the recent recession, the question is being asked when things will return to ‘normal’. If our idea of ‘normal’ economic conditions has been formed in the period between 2003 until 2008, then the answer is a simple one. Not soon...Read more
09 / 04 / 2008 - News24.com
DIE kommersiële en nywerheid-eiendomsektor in die Tygerberg presteer tans steeds ondanks die kragkrisis, terwyl aanduidings is dat die residensiële mark sy huidige sywaartse momentum in 2008 kan oorkom en ’n nuwe oplewing kan wink.
Volgens mnr. Stefanus Malherbe, voorsitter van die Tygervalleise prokureursfirma MHI, het Suid-Afrika ’n vertraagde reaksie van twee jaar ten opsigte van die nywerheid- en kommersiële eiendomsektor teenoor die residensiële bedryf...Read more
02 / 07 / 2007 - iAfrica.com
The residential ‘pull’ of the northern suburbs is one of the factors bringing commercial occupancy rates in these areas way above those in Cape Town’s CBD, as employers wise-up to the fact that ‘commuting time’ is money.
According to Pieter-Jozua Erasmus of Capitol Commercial Properties, research shows that just 3.9 percent of the available 320 000 square metres of commercial space in the Tygervalley area and its surroundings remains vacant...Read more
26 / 06 / 2007 - Eprop.co.za
The residential ‘pull’ of the Northern Suburbs is one of the factors bringing commercial occupancy rates in these areas way above those in Cape Town’s CBD as employers wise-up to the fact that ‘commuting time’ is money According to Pieter-Jozua Erasmus of Capitol Commercial Properties, who says their research confirms that just 3.9% of the available 320 000 square meters of commercial space in the Tygervalley area and its surroundings remains vacant.Read more
03 / 05 / 2007 - Sake24
In Tyger Valley, a decentralised region in the Western Cape, office leasing is experiencing growth due to a low vacancy rate. According to Mr Pieter-Jozua Erasmus of Capitol Commercial Properties, the vacancy rate for the approximately 320 000sq m office space in the Tyger Valley region, is only about 3,8%. Erasmus adds that it will be difficult for developers of new buildings, to be completed by 2008, to break even at gross lease rates of less than R115/sq m (excl VAT).Read more
30 / 11 / 2006 - The Property Magazine
The recent upsurge in the demand for A-grade office space throughout the Western Cape's northern suburbs, and particularly at
the new Tyger Valley Waterfront, has prompted developers to proceed with their plans for a mixed use development called The Cliffs. It is already
There are three tower buildings in "The Cliffs" and they are linked by a five level parking garage for 510 vehicles. The first building, an eleven storey complex, is made up of 91 apartments, all of which have been sold.