The rising cost of living and inflation has meant that young adults all over the world living with their parents longer than there were a decade ago.
The Governor’s Club offers an ideal development for Millennials and young families. The development has been designed with affordability as the central focus. Leading estate agency, Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty launched the Governors Club, situated in Albertville, Johannesburg. The club is a development for Millennials or young adults who are ready to leave the nest and build a home.
Leaving home is considered one of the crucial events in the transition into adulthood, and we have found a way to make this affordable. The full development will evolve over four phases and our anticipated launch price of R756 000.
The new development consists of 216 sectional title units, catering for everyday living with an air of sophistication. Each apartment is suitable for a young couple with or without small children. The design offers two spacious bedrooms supplemented by bathrooms, a kitchen, a living area and a small balcony overlooking lush gardens that are lovingly cared for. All residents will also have access to a club house and a pool, for that added finesse of a governor’s lifestyle.
Johannesburg as the economic hub of the country has long been known for its cosmopolitan magnetism of people from all over, and this is what the Governors Club lifestyle is about. Located within close proximity to both the University of the Witwatersrand and the University of Johannesburg, as well as several schools, recreational centres, malls and major highways, the Governors Club is suitable for the various needs of aspirant young professionals.
Construction started on site in March. The first completed units will be rolled out in November 2018.