Deloitte Africa HQ Roof-wetting
The contractors’ roof-wetting for the new Deloitte Africa HQ in Waterfall, Midrand was held on 19 February 2020.
Enjoying a prime position right on the Allandale interchange of the N1 highway, the offices boast exceptional access and visibility, with major highway frontage at the eastern side of Waterfall City.
The ultra-modern premises will comprise 42 500m² of quality workspace, which will consolidate Deloitte’s current Woodmead and Pretoria offices in a single building minimizing costs and duplication of services. The building was designed to allow for a maximum occupancy of close to 5 000 people. The landmark new building consists of a ground floor plus six office levels and four basement parking levels with almost 2 000 parking bays. Innovative commercial architecture practice Aevitas designed the new Deloitte headquarters, which will comply with a Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating on completion. The new Deloitte Africa HQ is an Atterbury and Attacq development
Atterbury Stellenbosch Year-end Function 2019
The Atterbury Stellenbosch end-of-year client function was held at the beautiful Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden outside Stellenbosch on 28 November.
Atterbury’s end-of-year client event 2019
As 2019 draws to a close, Atterbury celebrated its 25th anniversary, the end of a decade and the start of a new one in 2020 at its end-of-year client function
Castle Gate precinct launch
The Castle Gate precinct’s inspiring launch was attended by Premier of Gauteng David Makhura, Mayor of the City of Tshwane Stevens Mokgalapa and Tshwane MMC for Economic Development and Spatial Planning Isak Pietersen. Castle Gate Lifestyle Centre will include the latest store concepts for Woolworths, Checkers, Dis-Chem and Builders Warehouse, as well as 10 restaurants including Rocomamas, Doppio Zero, Spur, Ocean Basket, Nando’s and Burger King. It will also have a Planet Fitness gym complete with a swimming pool, as well and an outdoor walking and running track through the precinct’s nature area. Inspired by openness, convenience and simplicity, Castle Gate Lifestyle Centre is designed with a farmhouse feel that is rustic yet industrial and includes a focus on outdoor green areas. In harmony with the environment, eco-friendly building designs are being put forward wherever possible and most, if not all, of the buildings in the precinct are expected to include solar energy generation. For residents in the east of Pretoria, the convenience of the centre’s offering will only be surpassed by the convenience of its exceptional location and effortless accessibility. Castle Gate enjoys a prominent position adjacent to the N1, and it will be easily accessible from Solomon Mahlangu Drive, which is already in the process of being widened and upgraded as part of the development. The second phase of the Castle Gate project road upgrades includes building a new highway bridge across the N1, which will make it possible to introduce double lanes in both directions on Solomon Mahlangu Drive, between Castle Gate and Hoërskool Waterkloof. This significant part of the Castle Gate precinct project is consistent with how Atterbury adds value to an entire area when it invests. Castle Gate will be a prominent and highly desirable location for businesses, especially corporate head offices, with improved traffic flows and the benefit of excellent access from the N1 and also the R21 highway, which offers a short 25 drive-time to OR Tambo International Airport. Added to that, Castle Gate is a mere 10 minutes from the Pretoria Gautrain Station and 15 minutes from the Pretoria CBD, and well served by public transport. The entire precinct is expected to be developed over the next decade and the second phase of Castle Gate is planned to begin in mid-2020.
Iulius Town launch
On 30 August, Iulius Town Timisoara, Atterbury Europe’s much awaited mixed-use development in partnership with Iulius is opening its doors to the Romanian public in all its glory.
Atterbury Year-End Cocktail Function 2018
New Deloitte Africa HQ
Kumasi City Mall Tenant and Contractors Function
Kumasi City Mall opening
Formal deal-signing ceremony of the RMH investment in Atterbury
Mall of Africa grand opening
Mall of Africa roof-wetting
Ready, steady, go!
Vir die vyfde agtereenvolgende jaar het Atterbury, Attacq en wynmaker Jean Engelbrecht van Rust en Vrede saamgespan om ‘n onvergeetlike aand in die Stellenbosse wynlande aan te bied.
Versnit 2016 was soos in vorige jare ‘n wonderlike samesmelting van die beste in Afrikaanse musiek, die beste wyne van die streek, ‘n asemrowende buitelug-ligging en ‘n geselskap van vriende met groot harte. Die doelstelling? Om die Atterbury Trust se werksaamhede vir die jaar ‘n geldelike hupstoot te gee, en weer eens was die sakke diep en die bydraes ruimhartig.
Mall of Africa site visit
Excitement is mounting as we look forward to the opening of Mall of Africa in April this year. Atterbury staff had a chance to experience a real-time progress report, on site.
Atterbury and Attacq Year-End Function
Atterbury and Attacq’s traditional year-end function, held at Bloukrans, Lynnwood Bridge was a resounding success. See who was there!
Atterbury’s Achimota Retail Centre in Ghana opens
Atterbury Property’s latest completed shopping mall development in Ghana – the R800 million ($60 million) Achimota Retail Centre located in north-eastern Accra – opened last week to the delight of locals.
Thousands of shoppers and curious locals descended on the brand new, 15,000m² retail destination, which provides top-quality shopping for the first time on this scale under one roof in this part of the Ghanaian capital.
Multi-billion rand Richmond Park property development launched
As part of one of the best good-news land restitution settlement stories in SA, Atterbury launches Richmond Park, a new multi-billion rand mixed-use property development in Cape Town. It is Atterbury’s biggest and most ambitious project yet in the Western Cape.
Richmond Park is a prime greenfields site in Milnerton adjacent to the N7 highway. The development will be on 84ha of land as a landmark business park and mixed-use precinct consisting of retail, light industrial, commercial and warehousing property development. The property has bulk development rights of around 300,000sqm over the next 5-10 years.
KPMG sod-turning ceremony
Commencement of construction on the new KPMG Pretoria office was celebrated in true Atterbury tradition with a sod-turning ceremony on 30 June with the partners from KPMG and professional teams involved. Atterbury is proud to be associated with KPMG and look forward to create another Pretoria landmark just off the Atterbury offramp on the western side of the N1.
Interestingly, 4 000 truckloads of earth have already been removed from the site.
Mall of Africa countdown
PwC sod-turning ceremony
The PwC sod-turning ceremony took place on the 1st of April 2015 with the following Exco Management Team of PwC in attendance:
Hein Boegman , Dion Shango, Fulvio Tonelli, Guy Steele, Mike Krzychylkiewicz
Year-end client function 2014
The Grove Mall of Namibia opens its doors
23 October 2014 shared from our facebook page
Newtown Junction is open!
25 September 2014 shared from our facebook page