Cape Town’s Tallest Tower Breaks Ground


Posted on 2017-09-15 Author:LIYUCSF


The construction of a USD$115 million mixed-use building in Cape Town, South Africa, is scheduled to commence in April 2017, which will take 30 months to be completed. Till now, over 60 percent of units have already been sold. Known as Zero2ONE, it is set to be the tallest building in the city upon completion and will feature 44,000 square meters of gross floor area across 44 floors.


                            


The development is located at the corner of Adderley and Strand streets, across the road from Cape Town Central Station. It will comprise 624 apartments, 760 parking bays, 5,000 square meters of retail space, a 360-degree viewing deck, and a restaurant situated at roof level.


                            


The project-involved company confirmed the reports, saying, "This building is set to transform the Cape Town city skyline and once complete it will mean that it will finally feature in the ‘top 10 tallest buildings in South Africa.’ The building in fact will be the same height as the Reserve Bank Building in Pretoria.”



Source: http://www.africainvestor.com/




The construction of a USD$115 million mixed-use building in Cape Town, South Africa, is scheduled to commence in April 2017, which will take 30 months to be completed. Till now, over 60 percent of units have already been sold. Known as Zero2ONE, it is set to be the tallest building in the city upon completion and will feature 44,000 square meters of gross floor area across 44 floors.


                            


The development is located at the corner of Adderley and Strand streets, across the road from Cape Town Central Station. It will comprise 624 apartments, 760 parking bays, 5,000 square meters of retail space, a 360-degree viewing deck, and a restaurant situated at roof level.


                            


The project-involved company confirmed the reports, saying, "This building is set to transform the Cape Town city skyline and once complete it will mean that it will finally feature in the ‘top 10 tallest buildings in South Africa.’ The building in fact will be the same height as the Reserve Bank Building in Pretoria.”



Source: http://www.africainvestor.com/