Abland, one of South Africa’s leading property developers for over 30 years, together with its partners on the Irene Link development, Giflo and SOM will be breaking ground on the second phase of the commercial development at the Irene Link precinct in Pretoria, in October 2019. This 8,500m² commercial building will be ready for occupation in October 2020.

ABSA Towers Main and Jewel City to be redeveloped and linked to Maboneng.

Wednesday, 12 September 2018 13:39

Plans for Tinley ups KZN Coast's tourism stakes

Tinley is one of Tongaat Hulett’s northern development initiatives and one of significant tourism potential. Featuring kilometres of pristine coastline, lagoon, indigenous coastal forest and a key location within KwaZulu-Natal’s primary growth corridor, Tinley is uniquely positioned to accelerate tourism development.

Abland and Tiber, joint developers on the Sandton Gate precinct, have announced that they have broken ground on Phase 1 of the development with the bulk earthworks.

uMhlanga’s most significant new commercial and retail development is just seven months away from opening.

Novare Real Estate Africa has announced that construction has started on its fourth commercial development in Nigeria, the multi-billion naira Novare Gateway mall in the capital city of Abuja.

Singapore developer makes a surprise AUD$2.59 bn cash offer for Australia's Australand, as a bidding war breaks out.

Waterfall Corner, a prime neighbourhood convenience centre in the landmark Waterfall Business Estate in Gauteng, opened, 10 April 2014.

Waterfall City development is driving Africa’s fastest-growing urban node, marking the next wave of its ambitious commercial development at the landmark Waterfall Business Estate.

West property, Augur Investments and McCormick Property Development, are dreaming of building a 68, 000sqm Shopping Mall in Zimbabwe located in Harare’s up market Borrowdale suburb. According to The Zimbabwean online (UK), this represents the biggest shopping mall in Africa, outside South Africa. The tri-partite investment partners say they used their 'gut feelings' and ocal knowledge in deciding to sink their money into Zimbabwe. That's pretty gutsy indeed!

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