Nedbank Corporate Property Finance has successfully concluded a R1.36 billion finance agreement with Billion Property Developments that will see the construction of the new 73,588 m² Forest Hill Shopping Centre in Monavoni, Centurion. 

The conclusion of a R105 million finance agreement between Nedbank Corporate Property Finance and Amit Katz of Sunwood Capital will see the well-known SA brand, House of Busby, moving into a new 20 000m² premises in Gosforth Industrial Park, Johannesburg, towards the latter part of 2013.

Consumers in the rural village of Moletlane, Zebediela in the Limpopo Province are set to benefit from a conveniently-located new shopping precinct following the recent announcement by Nedbank Corporate Property Finance that it has financed and taken an equity stake in the 15 016m² Zebediela Plaza. 

Nedbank has provided the Improvon Group with a R192 million loan to develop an exceptional, upmarket industrial park called Gosforth Business Park in Gauteng, which will set new standards in the sustainable building and development industry. 

A ground breaking multimillion rand venture known as the Newmarket Park Development is set to change the Alberton CBD with the belief that it will bring even more development to this growing area. 

Nedbank Corporate Property Finance has partnered with emerging market pioneer McCormick Property Development to finance a new retail development called Olievenhout Plaza in the north of Johannesburg, and its investment arm has acquired a 25% equity stake in the development. 

Nedbank adds value to the established and thriving commercial area of Jet Park near OR Tambo Airport in Johannesburg with a R45 million loan to GRWJET Park Investments (Pty) Limited for the development of office and warehouse facilities. 

Wednesday, 28 November 2012 13:28

Nedbank Backs Largest Mall In Lesotho

Nedbank has provided a syndicated development facility and long term debt funding of R181 million for a major 32,000m² retail centre that launches in Lesotho’s capital, Maseru, today. The approximately R430 million mall is funded through a combination of equity and bank debt.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012 10:51

Nedbank loan facilitates investment into Africa

Nedbank Corporate Property Finance has announced the conclusion of a R53 million loan agreement with the developers of a 7 000 square metre agricultural parts distribution centre in Pomona in Gauteng.

Nedbank has provided a R100 million loan to Octodec Investments Limited for the development of Tiny Town Phase II in Arcadia and Cambridge Shopping Centre in the Pretoria CBD, once again showing its commitment to the listed property sector.

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