Western Cape

Bergvliet

Bergvliet is a small suburb in Cape Town. The name Bergvliet is directly translated from Afrikaans, which means “Mountain Streamlet”. On arrival in this lush suburb nestled in the shadow of the beautiful Constantiaberg Mountains, you will see how much it suits its endearing name. Situated between the M3 highway and the bustling M4, Bergvliet offers its residents and office workers the best kind of suburb living. Both of these major roads connect this nature-rich suburb with other commercial nodes such as Meadowridge, Tokai, Diep River, Westlake, and the Cape Town central business district, which is less than 20km away. Bergvliet also enjoys excellent...

Brackenfell

Brackenfell – Gateway to the Winelands Brackenfell is located in the Northern Suburbs of Cape Town. This popular area, established in 1913, lies alongside the N1 highway and is bordered by the other notable suburbs, Durbanville and Bellville. Because of its ideal placement between the booming Cape Town CBD and the famous Cape Winelands, it has become suitably known as the ‘gateway to the winelands’.  Location Location Location There are many ways to access this conveniently located suburb. Arterial links include both the N1 and the N2, as well as secondary routes: R300; R101; R202; M100. This connects Brackenfell to all...

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Cape Town City Centre

Cape Town is lovingly referred to as the Mother City, and it is not hard to see why residents find it hard to leave this beautiful, fun-loving creative hub located at the southern tip of Africa. Technically speaking the city is not on the southernmost tip of the continent (this would be Cape Agulhas) but instead it lies along the south-west coastline, enjoying the icy, but beautiful waters of the Atlantic Ocean. The N2 and N1 highways meet in the city, and branch out from there, connecting the city to many notable industrial and commercial nodes around the Western Cape. As such this is the place to be in terms of accessibility and convenience. The Cape Town...

Diep Rivier

Diep River is a small and often underestimated suburb, but with a great deal to offer. Nestled amongst some well-known and loved residential suburbs such as Heathfield and Plumstead, with Constantia, Tokai, Claremont and Rondebosch a short distance away, Diep River is well located for families who want to work a bit closer to home. The M4 runs directly through this residential and commercial node, which is also close to two railway stations (Steurhof and Diep River), making a commute in and out of Cape Town a lot more simple than many other suburbs. It is also situated directly between the M3 and M5, which makes it easy to access the national highways, connecting workers...

Durbanville

View our rental listings in Durbanville here. Durbanville, commercial office node – with character Durbanville is an established commercial and residential node in Cape Town.  It lies within close proximity to the Tyger Valley commercial business node, but still needs to catch up to Bellville in terms of commercial developments available to the property user.  New office estates in the area are in high demand due to the limited availability. The area is easily accessible from the N1 highway and offers easy access through the scenic wineland routes of Vissershok, Racecourse Road and Contermanskloof Road, towards Milnerton. Cape Town...

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Goodwood

Goodwood lies between the northern and southern suburbs of Cape Town, just 11 kilometers from Cape Town Harbour and the City Centre, and equally close to Cape Town International Airport. It is easily accessible by all the major national highways, namely the N1, N3 and the N7. These highways provide residents and visitors easy access to the airport as well as other notable commercial nodes such as Century City and the Cape Town CBD.  Goodwood is accessible by public transport and lies on the main Cape Town - Johannesburg railway line. Goodwood is an excellent option for companies that need a central location with easy access to other commercial...

Milnerton

Milnerton: A West Coast Growth Node Milnerton is a suburb in Cape Town situated on the Atlantic Ocean coast 12 kilometres to the north of the city's centre. The N7, which runs through the suburb, and the R27 connect Milnerton to the West Coast. Milnerton is considered to be one of the fastest growing areas in the Western Cape. There are several areas within Milnerton that would be of interest to commercial property investors. The largest commercial node is Century City which has become a sought-after address for corporate South Africa and home to a growing and thriving residential community. Strategically located on the N1, Century City is...

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Observatory

Observatory: A Bustling, Diverse and Central Node Observatory, known affectionately as ‘Obz’ by the locals, is considered an arty district. Representing one of the largest residential arts communities in South Africa, this suburb has a rich history and a vibrant, diverse community of people. The suburb's proximity to the University of Cape Town (UCT) and its Medical School in particular, has always made it popular with students and lecturers. The location is excellent, and is bordered by three major highways, namely the N2, the M3 and the M5. This allows the suburb to be easily connected to the many surrounding industrial, commercial and...

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Rondebosch

Around 1660 Jan van Riebeeck named this area after a clump of thorn trees, “Het Ronde Doornbosjen”, which over time, evolved into Rondebosch (round tree). The leafy suburb of Rondebosch is perhaps most sought after for its incredible views of Table Mountain, but also because of its architectural beauty and easy access to the city of Cape Town. Rondebosch lies between the slopes of Devil's Peak in the west and the M5 freeway in the east. With easy access to the M4, M3 and M5, Rondebosch is in an excellent suburb for those looking to move their business or office closer to homes, schools and the prestigious University of Cape Town (UCT) without...

Somerset West

Somerset West. A thriving commercial capital Somerset West is situated in the magnificent Helderberg Basin between the Cape Winelands and False Bay. The town was founded in 1822 on a section of the historic farm, Vergelegen. The town was named Somerset after an English governor of the Cape Colony during the 1800s. Today Somerset West is the commercial capital of the Helderberg basin, and the growing commercial development has transformed Somerset West from a sleepy little retirement town to a bustling, dynamic, cosmopolitan own, attractive to all age groups from young families and entrepreneurs to retirees from all over the world. Convenient location One of...

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