African cities making multi-purpose property gains

8 August Property in Africa

Healthy economic growth figures are behind the proliferation of multi-use, multi-purpose property schemes in a number of African cities.

US property trends on show in SA

30 July New Urbanism

Despite the challenging economic climate in South Africa, local developments are keeping pace with the property trends in large global economies like the USA. This is especially true of the mixed-use model.

Mixed use works for business

11 July New Urbanism

The Amdec Group’s upcoming Harbour Arch project will bring to the Cape Town CBD the very best that mixed-use developments can offer.

Balancing work & life

4 July New Urbanism

Work-life balance is no longer associated only with how or where we work – it’s increasingly being linked with where we live as well.

Cape Town enabling foreign investment

18 June News

Even though economic times are tough, Cape Town manages to appeal to foreign investors. What makes the Mother City so popular when it comes to direct foreign investment?

A green vision of the future

6 June Development News

In South Africa and across the globe, green building practices are changing the world by transforming construction on a global scale.

Inner-city living

31 May New Urbanism

Inner-cities are attractive to investors and tenants for a variety of reasons. Travel times are reduced. Fuel and energy costs are lower, and you can shrink your carbon footprint.

What is driving the Western Cape property market?

24 May New Urbanism

The economic slowdown has inevitably affected the once-booming property market in the Western Cape, but it remains resilient. What is keeping it going?