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Welcome to Harbour Arch

Good for Cape Town

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Harbour Arch is a development by the Amdec Group, recognised as South Africa’s leading developer of New Urban lifestyles.

Harbour Arch provides a prime opportunity to invest in the Cape Town CBD’s first large-scale, inner-city, mixed-use precinct. Like Melrose Arch, this precinct will encapsulate the principles of new urban living, and present an opportunity for people to live, work, play, relax, and stay in a safe, convenient, enjoyable and sustainable community-focused environment. Enjoying fantastic proximity to the city and its surrounds, Harbour Arch’s six towers will be located alongside landscaped public spaces bustling with shops, restaurants, cocktail bars, international hotels, offices, health clubs and the largest selection of residential apartments in the CBD.

A winning formula

Harbour Arch will be developed using the same mixed-use principles and expertise that were successfully applied at the Amdec Group’s iconic and multi award-winning Melrose Arch precinct in the northern suburbs of Johannesburg. On completion, the 5.8 hectare development will be home to six individual tower blocks with a total 200 000m² of usable space, making it the first and largest mixed-use development of its kind in the Cape Town CBD.

Harbour Arch - Good for Cape Town

Good for the economy

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Good for the economy

The economic impact of Harbour Arch is significant. More than 20 000 jobs will be created during the construction phase alone, and thousands more in the precinct’s tourism, hospitality, and retail sectors post construction. This will provide thousands of Capetonians with the means to earn a livelihood, which will significantly enhance the quality of their lives.

The economic impact of Harbour Arch is significant. More than 20 000 jobs will be created during the construction phase alone, and thousands more in the precinct’s tourism, hospitality, and retail sectors post construction. This will provide thousands of Capetonians with the means to earn a livelihood, which will significantly enhance the quality of their lives.

Good for urban design

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Good for urban design

There is nothing that more poignantly symbolises the dereliction of Cape Town’s foreshore than its unfinished freeway. It is a forgotten relic that blights the dynamic landscape of an otherwise world-class CBD; an eyesore that has become an unfortunate landmark; a sobering reminder of what a lack of vision can mean for an urban space. But the development of Harbour Arch means that this part of the foreshore will no longer be viewed as a wasteland of missed opportunity.

There is nothing that more poignantly symbolises the dereliction of Cape Town’s foreshore than its unfinished freeway. It is a forgotten relic that blights the dynamic landscape of an otherwise world-class CBD; an eyesore that has become an unfortunate landmark; a sobering reminder of what a lack of vision can mean for an urban space. But the development of Harbour Arch means that this part of the foreshore will no longer be viewed as a wasteland of missed opportunity.

Good for business

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Good for business

Harbour Arch is ultimately about reimagining an efficient and sustainable neighbourhood of the future. Its diverse and cosmopolitan mix of communities – apartment residents, hotel guests, office workers, tourists, shoppers, restaurant patrons, fitness enthusiasts, visitors and socialites – will find a world class, safe and secure mixed-use public precinct within which to congregate – day and night

Harbour Arch is ultimately about reimagining an efficient and sustainable neighbourhood of the future. Its diverse and cosmopolitan mix of communities – apartment residents, hotel guests, office workers, tourists, shoppers, restaurant patrons, fitness enthusiasts, visitors and socialites – will find a world class, safe and secure mixed-use public precinct within which to congregate – day and night

Good for tourism

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Good for tourism

It was not that long ago that proposals for another ambitious development, the V&A Waterfront, now Cape Town’s most popular tourist destination attracting more than 24 million visitors each year, were vehemently opposed. In fact, those who lobbied for the V&A Waterfront 30 years ago were dismissed as “idealistic dreamers”. Today they are hailed as visionaries for proposing an urban regeneration project that successfully transformed an under-utilised part of a working harbour into the city’s leading tourist, retail and residential destination.

It was not that long ago that proposals for another ambitious development, the V&A Waterfront, now Cape Town’s most popular tourist destination attracting more than 24 million visitors each year, were vehemently opposed. In fact, those who lobbied for the V&A Waterfront 30 years ago were dismissed as “idealistic dreamers”. Today they are hailed as visionaries for proposing an urban regeneration project that successfully transformed an under-utilised part of a working harbour into the city’s leading tourist, retail and residential destination.

The Developer
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The Developer

The Amdec Group

The Amdec Group’s iconic mixed-use precincts are conceived, developed and project-managed by the group’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Amdec Property Development. In this fast-paced world, it is encouraging to know that Amdec Property Development remains focused on traditional values of delivering great service, exacting standards, and high-quality finishes which, when combined, produce exceptional real estate.

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Cape Town

Antonie Jordaan

Johannesburg

Tersia Taljaard

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