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The owner of Waterfall City says getting a wheeling licence would be first prize for the growing precinct. Photo: Waterfall City
The owner of Waterfall City says getting a wheeling licence would be first prize for the growing precinct. Photo: Waterfall City
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Property group Attacq, whose main South African asset is the Waterfall City mixed-use precinct, says the office market is far from dead and that it is experiencing strong demand for space. 

Not only are people returning to the office as the threat of the Covid-19 pandemic recedes, but the JSE-listed group is signing up top international companies wanting space in safe precincts.

Speaking to investors and journalists during a pre-close video conference call on Tuesday, CEO Jackie van Niekerk said that, looking at its precinct-focused South African portfolio, the group continued to "attract office users".

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