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Over 23 years, Atterbury has developed prime commercial, retail and residential property across South Africa, the rest of the African continent and more recently, Europe.
Atterbury Property Holdings is the operational company in the Atterbury Group. This holding company consists of development, corporate services and asset management divisions.
At Atterbury Property Holdings, we’ve always believed in development as a catalyst for economic and societal growth and improvement. A creative environment, featuring elegant architecture as well as safety and accessibility are all hallmarks of Atterbury developments.
Twenty three years of developing dreams
At Atterbury our goal has always been to create working, shopping and entertainment spaces for everyone to live to their full potential. For us and our associates, development and construction are enablers for people to experience all that life has to offer.
We are proud, but also humbled by what Atterbury has become over the past 23 years. From our roots in the Atterbury Value Mart to the potential of the fast-growing Waterfall Business Estate, Atterbury remains dedicated to making people come together in safe and beautiful surroundings.
Atterbury was founded in Pretoria, in 1994 by Louis van der Watt and Francois van Niekerk. Its main focus is on developing retail centres and commercial buildings.
Atterbury co-founded Attfund (an unlisted regional shopping centre fund) in 2002, which was sold to Hyprop in 2011.
Attacq was created in 2005, with its main assets shareholding in Attfund and other developments.
AttAfrica was formed in 2012 – a fund which develops and owns various shopping centres across Africa.
Atterbury Europe was launched from Austria in 2014.
Atterbury employs more than 100 highly dedicated people representing a variety of professions.
Louis van der Watt
Chief Executive Officer
and Co-Founder of Atterbury
Stoffel van Beek
Chief Operating Officer Atterbury
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