Building of skyscraper on track

2019-10-01 06:00
Construction of a 24-storey office space at 35 Lower Long Street will be completed in March next year. PHOTO: Nomzamo Yuku

Construction of a 24-storey office space at 35 Lower Long Street will be completed in March next year. PHOTO: Nomzamo Yuku

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The multi-million Rand development at 35 Lower Long Street in the central business district is to be completed by 1 March 2020.

The developers are certain that all is going according to plan.

This is a 24-storey building comprising 14 office floors and 280 parking bays, all to the value of R500m.

Construction work started in September 2017 (“Building on the rise”, People’s Post, 3 October 2017).

According to Sune Snyman, the leasing manager at Abland Property Developers, the priority has been given to activating the entire street edge of Lower Long and Jetty streets with multiple entry points and a prominent double volume entrance space.

She says the sculpted form of the building mass, the defragmentation and articulation of the corners will provide dynamic views of the building across the city, both from street level and nearby buildings.

“This P-Grade, double glazed, Level 4 Green Star-rated building offers office space, which includes a luxurious business suite on the top floor.

“It is bound to be a signature tower building that will invigorate Cape Town’s Foreshore precinct by attracting premium tenants,” says Snyman. There will also be retail shops on the ground floor.

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