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Maitland, Cape Town

Maitland is named after Sir Peregrine Maitland (Governor 1840's) and is a major transport hub connecting the City to the eastern suburbs as well as the hinterland. Comprised of: Full title - 125 Business/Commercial, 223 Industrial zoned properties and Sectional Title 19 Business Commercial/Business and 197 Industrial units The industrial Parks are: Maitland Park Royal Park Finpark 14th and Dapper Camp Rd Hanger 17 N1 Ind Park M5 Park Gateway Ind Park Cape Town Bus Park Santos Park - Maitland Timber Yard Carpenters Yard 7th Avenue Powder Mill

Paarden Eiland, Cape Town

PaardenEiland meaning an island of horses, was established in 1935 as an industrial area. It was borne out of a fledging sea shell to lime business and is well situated outside the Duncan Dock in Table Bay Harbour. The area is the confluence of the Salt River and its tributaries are the Black and Elsieskraal Rivers. The river rises in Claremont in Ardene Gardens and is borne by canals alongside the M5 Motorway. With the Duncan Dock less than a kilometre away, the area has become the staging point for businesses in ship chandling and repair, cold storage, logistics and warehousing, and a few showrooms as well. Industrial Parks are Marine Corner Island Park Wellington Bus...

Airport Industria, Cape Town

As the gateway to what is essentially the southernmost point of aerial entry into South Africa and the African continent, Cape Town International Airport is of immense strategic importance. It's hardly surprising then that this airport, which underwent major expansion to accommodate the 2010 FIFA World Cup air traffic and tourist influx, has since undergone further extensions to increase domestic and international arrivals and departures, amenities as well as parking. The expected date of completion for these renovations to Cape Town Airport - the second busiest airport in southern Africa and third busiest in Africa overall - is 2022. The area inclused Boquinar...

Epping Industrial, Cape Town

Epping is an industrial area located in Cape Town which was developed post WW2. It took off as an area in the 1950 along with the building of Athlone Power station in the 1960's. The Epping name arises from England where in 1253 Henry III granted the right to hold weekly markets and a three day annual fair in Epping Street. This heritage no doubt played a role on the development of one of the oldest and largest the Cape Town Fresh Food Market It is comprised of two major sections, being 1 and 2, located alongside major arterial roads as well as a rail network which has sidings into larger industrial sites. Industrial parks are Malleon Park Denval Losack Ave Battery Park...

Montague Gardens, Milnerton

Montague Gardens is sthe gateway to the westward expansion of the city of Cape Town. Nestled between the N1 and N7 roads, it is a three way fork between the CBD, the western areas of Marconi Beam and the rapidly expanding warehousing and logistics hub on the N7. The area is in high demand for small to medium sized clean industrial and distribution centres. Ther are 14 built Business stands, 369 Industrial properties and 37 vacant sites held under freehold title. 56 Sectional Title schemes are registered in the area, catering to 318 smaller unit owners and lesees. Industrial Parks are Eagle Park Pelican Park Prime Park Montagu Park Spearhead Bus Park Joshua Park Sharon...

Brackenfell Industrial, Brackenfell

The earliest activity on what today is known as Brackenfell was when the "de Clapmuts" was a refreshment post. Brackenfell specifically form part of Klapmutsberg, better known as de Bottelarij. In 1712 the area known as "Kruispad" was transferred to Selie, J. Kruispad was owned by Brink, A. and in 1901 he sold it to a Scottish Immigrant Walton, G.H. The flora on this farm reminded him of the same in Scotland. He called it Brackenfell (Bracken means fern; Fell means hill). The richness of granite in the area let to the farm being sold to a Brick company in 1903 and a granite quarry was established. Activity here stopped in 1948. In 1904 a railway station was...

Bellville South Industria, Bellville

A mere 9km from Cape Town International Airport and a major large scale heavy industrial bub Originally a village called Twelfth Mile Stone, Bellville was established by proclamation in 1861 and named after Charles D. Bell, surveyor general of the Cape. It became a town in 1940 and a city in 1979. Major Industrial Parks are Bellville 1 Bellville 2 Steel Park 19 Mill (1&2) Mega Park Saxon Ind Mill Park

Mowbray, Cape Town

The suburb Mowbray originates from one of the owners of the farm Welgelegen in 1853 who came from Melton Mownray in England. The area is comprised of 39 Blocks of Flats, 77 BUsiness and 3 Industrial frehold properties.; as well as 71 Business zoned sectional title units. Three major arterial roads cut through the suburb -the M3, the M5 and Main Road. Settlers Way is a feeder road to the CBD, so there is high car and taxi traffic. CPUT is within the boundaries of the suburb and several schools and UCT are on the borders of the suburb. In essence a good hub to access not only the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town but also the run to the Cape Town International Airport and...

Ottery, Cape Town

The suburb was proclaimed in 1904 as a rail link was established from Maitland. The area includes Ottery East. Comprises of Freehold stands: 33Business/Commercial, 112 Industrial and 200 Vacanct and Sectional title are 2 Commericla and 96 Industrial. The 3 major Parks are The Siding, Ottery and Royal Cape Parks,

Epping Industrial, Cape Town

off as an area in the 1950 along with the building of Athlone Power station in the 1960’s. The Epping name arises from England where in 1253 Henry III granted the right to hold weekly markets and a three day annual fair in Epping Street. This heritage no doubt played a role on the development of one of the oldest and largest the Cape Town Fresh Food Market   It is comprised of two major sections, being 1 and 2, located alongside major arterial roads as well as a rail network which has sidings into larger industrial sites. The area hosts a number of companies involved in the textile, automotive, logistics, construction, manufacturing and food processing industries. Epping...

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