Balwin still plans to build almost 60 000 apartments, and it's eyeing lower prices

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Balwin CEO Stephen Brookes says the more affordable Green Collection, like the Greenpark above, will be the biggest driver of growth in the future.
Balwin CEO Stephen Brookes says the more affordable Green Collection, like the Greenpark above, will be the biggest driver of growth in the future.
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Balwin Properties plans to build 56 313 apartments over a 15- to 20-year period. And despite how Covid-19 has turned the property market on its head, Balwin says it is still optimistic about South Africa and its ability to bring all those plans to fruition.

However, things are changing. Most of the developments in the pipeline are not for Balwin's flagship Signature Collection estates like the group's Polo Fields in the Waterfall precinct, Paardevlei lifestyle estate and Umhlanga-based Izinga eco-estate.

Building fewer of the R2 million-plus apartments

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