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Cape Town City – 11 Adderley Street

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 11 ADDERLEY STREET 545 m² Office to rent at 11 Adderley Street in Cape…

545 m2
Cape Town City – 56 Shortmarket Street

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 56 SHORTMARKET STREET CAPE TOWN 1,102 m² Office Space to let in Cape Town.…

1,102 m2
Cape Town City – The Pinnacle

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT THE PINNACLE I 23 STRAND STREET 392 m² office to rent at the Pinnacle…

392 m2
Cape Town City – 117 On Strand

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 117 ON STRAND  I 117 STRAND STREET 313 m² Office to rent at 117…

313 m2
Cape Town City – Newspaper House

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT NEWSPAPER HOUSE  I 122 ST GEORGES MALL 365 m² Office to Rent in Cape…

365 m2
Cape Town City – Speakers Corner

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT SPEAKERS CORNER I PARLIAMENT STREET 126 m² Office to Rent at  Speakers Corner on…

126 m2
Cape Town City – 32 St Georges Mall

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 32 ST GEORGES MALL I CAPE TOWN CITY 150 m² Office Space to Rent…

150 m2
Cape Town City – Newspaper House

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT NEWSPAPER HOUSE  I 122 ST GEORGES MALL 1,069 m² Office to Rent in Cape…

1,069 m2
Cape Town City – 23 Lower Long Street

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 23 LOWER LONG STREET CAPE TOWN CITY 3,852 m² Commercial Property to Rent at…

3,852 m2
Cape Town City – The Halyard

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT THE HALYARD  I CHRISTIAAN BARNARD STREET 523 m² Office to rent at The Halyard…

523 m2
Cape Town City – Atlantic Center

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT ATLANTIC CENTER I CHRISTIAAN BARNARD STREET 486 m² Office to rent on the 1st…

486 m2
Cape Town City – The Halyard

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT THE HALYARD  I CHRISTIAAN BARNARD STREET 1,616 m² Office to rent at The Halyard…

1,616 m2
Cape Town City – Salga House

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT SALGA HOUSE  I STRAND STREET 340 m² Office to let on the 6th floor…

340 m2
Cape Town City – 44 Barrack Street

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 44 BARRACK STREET 750 m² Commercial Office Space to Rent at 44 Barrack Street…

750 m2
Cape Town City – Harrington House

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT THE HARRINGTON I 50 HARRINGTON STREET 138 m² Office Space to Rent at Harrington…

138 m2
Cape Town City – 56 Shortmarket Street

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 56 SHORTMARKET STREET CAPE TOWN 451 m² Office Space to let in Cape Town.…

451 m2
Cape Town City – Portside

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT PORTSIDE BUILDING I 2 BREE ST 1,236 m² Office Space to Rent at The…

1,236 m2
Cape Town City – 73 Hertzog Boulevard

Commercial Property to Rent Cape Town City OFFICE SPACE TO RENT 73 HERTZOG BOULEVARD I CAPE TOWN 1,235 m² A Grade office space to rent…

1,235 m2
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Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

AREA PROFILE – CAPE TOWN CITY BOWL

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City, Cape Town City is a lively mix of activity and the heart of the city where businesses, social outings and nightlife blend into one. With a wide variety of restaurants, bars, markets, shopping centres, theaters, museums and hotels to name a few. Cape Town City is the perfect setting for investors, home buyers or business owners. The CBD comprises a few unique nodes where we have listed some of the best Commercial Properties to rent. Suburbs such as Woodstock, Gardens, Green Point as well as the V&A Waterfront all fall within the CBD and are all very popular locations for renting Commercial Property. The city offers a mix of small creative office set ups as well as much larger corporate settings. Speak to our area agent for expert advice on renting office space in Cape Town CBD. Cape Town Central City is considered today to be South Africa’s most vibrant and safest CBD’s. The City Bowl also offers a very wide range of rentals, meaning that we can promise to find the perfect office space for your business to rent. Visit our home page to see all the latest offices to rent in the Cape Town CBD as well as surrounding areas.

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

AREA PROFILE – CAPE TOWN CITY BOWL

The Cape Town CBD is located within the geographical area of Cape Town Central, which is well-situated to various forms of transport and main highways in the greater Cape Town area. Due to its central location, the Cape Town CBD provides easy access onto the N1 highway, N2 highway and M3 towards the Southern Suburbs.

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

AREA PROFILE – CAPE TOWN CITY BOWL

While the Cape Town CBD is known for its many excellent commercial spaces, it also features a wonderful mix of restaurants, hotels, residential apartment developments, shops and other attractions, especially along tourist-friendly Long Street, trendy Bree Street and vibrant Adderley Street. Prominent commercial developments around the area include the new FNB Portside Tower, the ABSA building, Media24 building and new Chris Barnard Hospital.

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

AREA PROFILE – CAPE TOWN CITY BOWL

The Cape Town CBD boasts world-class amenities and excellent infrastructure. This commercial node is home to quite a few (mostly private) tertiary education institutions like Good Hope Studies and City Varsity. Nearby schools include Cape Town High School, Harold Cressy High School, Jan Van Riebeeck Primary and High School and St. Mary’s Primary School. Pertinent hospitals include the new Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital, Mediclinic Cape Town and Robbie Nurock Community Health Clinic. Noteworthy roadways are Nelson Mandela Boulevard, Helen Suzman Boulevard and Philip Kgosana Drive (previously known as De Waal Drive). Distance from key points (Airport/CBD), The centrally located Cape Town CBD is situated roughly 19.7 km from the Cape Town International Airport, accessible via the N2 highway, 2.4km from the Cape Town Harbour and 1.4 km from the V&A Waterfront. Cape Space Properties

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

AREA PROFILE – CAPE TOWN CITY BOWL

With easy access to public transport, from the Cape Town Central Train Station to the MyCiti bus and reputable taxi services, open-top City Sightseeing buses and minibus taxi services, the Cape Town CBD offers plenty of transport options. Malls/Shopping/Restaurants, The world-class V&A Waterfront shopping mall is located a mere 1.4 km away from the Cape Town CBD, and in the CBD itself there are hundreds of small independent shops and restaurants. Busy Adderley Street features the Golden Acre Shopping Centre, flower market and a plethora of independent roadside stalls. Trendy Bree Street has also become known for its unique mix of restaurants, galleries and bars, and the nightlife on Long Street never disappoints, especially among first-time visitors and tourists. he vibrant hub of the city centre has experienced tremendous growth and over the last decade has seen its residential population increase by more than two thirds, predominantly made up of young professionals, students and entrepreneurs.

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The close proximity to work, meaning one avoids the ever increasing congestion of traffic on the arterial routes leading into the city as well as the abundance of cafes, shops and restaurants, nightlife and art and museums make the Cape Town City Centre very hard to resist. Added to this, the close proximity to the mountain and beaches and all they have to offer is also valued by the local residents. Security, often a major concern in city centres, is something that the CCID (Central City Improvement District) prides itself on. The CCID, established in 2000, has seen a reduction of crime of 90%! Two dedicated security managers oversee over 214 security personnel that work hand in hand with the police. For more info on this great privately funded initiative, please visit www.capetowncid.co.za

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

There are plenty of shopping options in the City Bowl. In the city centre alone you have a multitude of stores of all types. Long Street is a shoppers paradise leading all the way till it becomes Kloof road where the clothing boutiques start to appear that are less commercial offering niche retail options. The Gardens Shopping Centre is a popular shopping destination for those that live in the City Bowl.

Office Space to Rent Cape Town City

Some of the top foreign language schools are situated in the City Bowl and living here means easy access. Here you will find Deutsche Internationale Schule Kapstadt and Ecole Francaise du Cap as well as St. Cyprian’s Girls High and Herzlia. The Cape Peninsula University of Technology has its main campus here. If you are in Cape Town to learn English, some of the best English teaching schools are in the City Bowl.

Healthcare: The Netcare Christiaan Barnard Hospital is in the centre of the City Bowl while the New Somerset Hospital and Cape Town Mediclinic present additional public and private healthcare treatments.
Dentists and specialists of all kinds are all in close proximity. Nightlife: Cape Towns city centre is home to the night life action. This melting pot of nationalities and cultures has entertainment spots to entertain all types. Long Street comes alive at night and you can experience small bars and pubs to bigger clubs blaring out music. Rock, Hip Hop, dance, it has it all. There are also more upmarket and exclusive nightclubs where the expensive champagne flows and the beautiful people meet.

Activities: Take a hike up Table Mountain or Lions Head. Visit the Company Gardens, take in the green surroundings and feed a few squirrels. For a bit of culture, visit the Iziko South African Museum or the planetarium with the family. Restaurants: The choices are endless and would need a whole book to dedicate to this topic. You will likely find a cuisine from every part of the world here meaning you are certainly spoilt for choice and if you like variety then this is the area to dine. Both the N1 and N2 national highways are easily accessible from the city bowl. The popular MyCiti bus route also runs through the city and to the outlying suburbs.

Cape Town has long been known as one of the African continent’s most happening hotspots, brimming with culture and a flourishing cosmopolitan scene. The buzzing city bowl offers a world of promise for tourists and investors alike.

Cape Town City Bowl Remains A Great Real Estate Investment given its easy access to the beaches, into and out of work and close proximity to the many entries and cafes in the area.

For starters, the city has enjoyed an extended period of organic growth that appears to be going from strength to strength. Positive feedback from the city bowl’s generally affluent property market is that Cape Town is an efficiently run city, set in a province that is thought to be secure in its future.

“Cape Town will always be an attractive destination, because it’s so beautiful and has so much to offer,”. Potential buyers are attracted to the wealth of opportunity to invest in the city bowl, with its proximity to Table Mountain and the Atlantic seaboard remaining a massive draw card. Most notably, investors are prepared to pay market related prices to secure their slice of the beautiful Cape, giving developers the confidence to pour their energy and resources into growing the city bowl. Property prices levelled off in 2017 and experienced a dip in 2018 and indeed in the first half of 2019. The decline in residential property prices means opportunity for would be Buyers who are able to source a home or investment property for up to 25% below the peak in 2016/7. There is now a window of opportunity to dip ones toe in the water and purchase a slice of the City Bowl. Sellers must be mindful of this shift in the property market which now is undoubtedly a buyers market.

The city is rapidly expanding from a central point, offering areas such as the Foreshore a thriving and thoroughly developed epicentre from which to grow. These trendy and upmarket sectional title apartments offer a secure and convenient environment in which to live, work and play from.

Lock-And-Go Living Still An Exciting Property Option for Cape Town Buyers

While this is generally the case in the South African property market, sectional title, or apartment and complex properties, will always appeal to people buying in Cape Town, as they don’t stay in the city all year long. Buyers hold the security attached to complex or apartment living in high regard.

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