Waterfall’s K101 Spec Warehouse complete

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Construction of the new K101 Spec Warehouse situated on Waterfall’s Distribution Campus is complete.

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The warehouse, which is visible from the K101 and Allandale intersection is an important milestone in the development of the precinct as a logistics hub.

The Distribution Campus, which forms part of the rapidly developing Waterfall node, is perfect for businesses seeking to be more efficient and productive, consolidating regional operations and bringing together multiple divisions in the value chain under one roof. Situated close to major transit infrastructure – is it easily accessible from the Buccleuch interchange and located off Allandale Road.  In addition to this, proximity to major bus and taxi routes provide ease of access to businesses located at the Distribution Campus.

The warehouse itself is an impressive structure of 7 366m² which sits on a land area of 17 289m². It consists of a double storey office component of 1 057 with the apex of the warehouse component reaching 13.5m and 135 open parking bays.

Head of Development for Attacq, Pete Mackenzie said that “the facility was engineered to meet the latest in warehousing design, along with it being strategically placed, provided unparalleled ease-of-access to national logistics routes”.

Waterfall provides all the latest infrastructure and services, including ultra-fast broadband and has already attracted some impressive international brands to its tenant list such as Massmart, BMW, Digistics, Medtronic, Torre Lifting Solutions and Dimension Data, to name a few.

“After nine months of development, we’re delighted to be able to celebrate the completion of the K101 spec warehouse which is for us, an important step in facilitating the enhanced consolidation of tenant company operations into one, state-of-the art facility.  This is especially important in the current environment with organisations needing to address the challenges of disruptive trends such as e-commerce and last mile delivery. We believe that our K101 warehouse will enable a more hands-on approach to operations for tenants who will benefit from greater overall efficiency when combining their various  departments  under one roof” concludes Mackenzie.

Waterfall’s Distribution Campus’s combination of visibility and accessibility along with its proximity to the Mall of Africa, is expected to act as a driver for further retail, industrial, residential and commercial activities in the Waterfall node.

Last modified on Wednesday, 11 October 2017 21:29

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