Waterfall Corner opens in the landmark Waterfall Business Estate

Posted On Monday, 14 April 2014 08:48 Published by eProp Commercial Property News
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Waterfall Corner, a prime neighbourhood convenience centre in the landmark Waterfall Business Estate in Gauteng, opened, 10 April 2014.

Waterfall Corner

Developed by Atterbury Property Developments and owned by Attacq Waterfall Investment Company, of which Attacq holds 85.9% and Atterbury Property Group owns 14.1%, the 10,294sqm Waterfall Corner is anchored by Woolworths, Checkers and Clicks.

"Waterfall Corner is ideally positioned to cater to the needs of the growing upmarket residential market of Waterfall," says James Ehlers, MD of Atterbury Property Developments.

The new centre boasts a prominent position at the main intersection of Kyalami Road and Maxwell Drive. Besides being located to serve the high-end residents of Waterfall, it is also in convenient proximity to neighbouring Woodmead, Kyalami and Midrand.

It also offers a vibrant public piazza at its heart, and its restaurants include Beluga, Remo's, Life Grand Cafe, The Raj, Vovo Telo and Yamoda Sushi.

As part of the immense 1,6 million square metre Waterfall Business Estate mixed-use commercial development of Waterfall, Waterfall Corner is positioned at a key point in what is arguably Africa's fastest growing urban node. Waterfall is set to change the face of Johannesburg and Midrand.

And, there's even more to look forward to. "In July 2014, Waterfall Lifestyle Centre will open across from Waterfall Corner," reports Ehlers. Currently under development, this conveniently located centre will feature a brand-new Virgin Active gym.

Atterbury is also in the process of constructing the Mall of Africa, in Waterfall City, the heart of Waterfall. The 130,000sqm mega-mall, offering around 300 stores, is the largest single-phase mall yet to be constructed in South Africa. The Mall of Africa is due to open in April 2016.

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