Property ID : 9562
For Rent R165 per sqm - Development, Office, Retail
KPMG Place is located on the corner of Christiaan Barnard Street and Martin Hammerschlag Way in Cape Town’s new Culemborg legal and financial services precinct. The site is ideally located adjacent to the N1 / N2 motorways offering excellent accessibility from all parts of the city.
Aesthetically KPMG Place offers elegant and contemporary yet modern architecture. Keeping in with the aesthetics of the Foreshore and City Centre.
This contemporary 25 story building is designed to maximise both mountain and sea views with its full height, glazed feature corners and viewing balconies. Executive office suites; ground floor and “skybox” showrooms provide exciting tenant options. This gateway building to cape town is designed to celebrate the corners by forming bold framed glazed towers that articulate the façade and skyline whilst still acknowledging the adjacent building scale.
KPMG Place comprises of eleven office levels, ten parking levels above ground and three below ground providing a ratio of three bays per 100m². The ground level offers a retail and showroom component providing an interactive streetscape. The office levels offer virtually any office suite size from 100m² to entire floors where the floor plate is 1500m². All offices have spectacular views of Cape Town.
KPMG Place is prominently positioned on the edge of the CBD and forms part of the new Culemborg Office District, offering wide boulevards, tree lined centre islands, mixed retail offering and a very pleasant working environment away from the congestion of the inner CBD. Its close proximity to the road network and walking distance to the public transport stations and Cape Town International Convention Centre makes KPMG Place the ideal home that your company deserves.
Roggebaai, despite sounding as though it is a little seaside village that belongs firmly on the coast somewhere, lies right on the foreshore of Cape Town.
Largely a commercial part of town, Roggebaai lies just behind the Foreshore, the Cape Town International Convention Centre to the west and Woodstock to the east. Incidentally, the traffic department’s postal address is Roggebaai, so you might also want to exercise caution when parking in this part of the city.
You will also find a series of canal-based holiday and residential apartment-style buildings in this part of the city, many of them ultra modern, in what is known as the Roggebaai Canal precinct. The big attractions here are the views across water and the ‘vibrancy’ of the harbour over which much of the properties look. Living here and working in town means that you undoubtedly cut the morning traffic nightmare out of your daily experience of the city, and save at least an hour, if not two.
Roggebaai is close enough to the V&A Waterfront for it to function as your playground, with a series of restaurants, shops, galleries and cinemas.
A stay in this beautiful, modern and eclectic part of the city is a great bonus, if experiencing the heart of the city’s night life and business quarter is your intent. Add to this the constant presence of Table Mountain behind you, and Roggebaai takes on new significance. Its presence as a suburb might be inconspicuous, but it offers an ideal vantage point from which to travel and view the Mother City.
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